endoscopic examination


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endoscopic examination

Direct visualization of an internal organ with a fiber-optic tube, often accompanied by biopsy of suspicious lesions.
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Discrepancies as to the extent of the subglottic tracheal stenosis as assessed by CT or endoscopic examination raised questions about the specific management.
We reviewed the endoscopic records of patients who presented for upper endoscopic examination between May 2015 and Nov 2017.
Endoscopic examination performed 3 months after the operation showed significant regression of esophageal varices (Figure 3a, 3b).
Other manipulations during a resting endoscopic examination, such as evaluation of the ventral epiglottis, may also provide information that may be useful in determining an exercising abnormality.
The nasal endoscopic examination was considered as the "gold standard" test for determining the patency of the nostril.
All patients received first endoscopic examination and/or endotherapy within 12 hours after being admitted into these medical centers.
In the endoscopic examination of SV, endoscopic detorsion is performed if the bowels are viable, while emergency surgery is needed if the bowels are gangrenous.
An endoscopic examination showed a fluctuating, soft cystic mass measuring 3x3.5 cm, covered with firm mucosa in the nasopharyngeal space, and completely obstructing the airway in the left side of the nasopharynx.
Since by the initial endoscopic examination itself diagnosis was definite, further radiological evaluation was not necessitated.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a solitary tumor restricted to the left nasal cavity (Figure 1), but an endoscopic examination revealed that a pigmented lesion extended from the tumor and into the nasopharynx.
An upper endoscopic examination revealed a midthoracic esophageal cancer and an early gastric cancer of the antrum.
The dog was prepared for endoscopic examination of respiratory tract and anaesthetized with Isofluorane gas anaesthesia and Inj.

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