Tuttle proctoscope

Tut·tle proc·to·scope

(tŭt'ĕl),
a tubular rectal speculum illuminated at its distal extremity; after introduction, the obturator is withdrawn and a glass window is inserted in the proximal end; then, by means of a rubber bulb and tube connected with the proctoscope, the rectal ampulla may be inflated.

Tut·tle proc·to·scope

(tŭt'ĕl prok'tŏ-skōp)
A tubular rectal speculum illuminated at its distal extremity; after introduction, the obturator is withdrawn and a glass window is inserted in the proximal end; then, by means of a rubber bulb and tube connected with the proctoscope, the rectal ampulla may be inflated.

Tuttle,

James P., U.S. surgeon, 1857-1913.
Tuttle proctoscope - a tubular rectal speculum illuminated at its distal extremity.