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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4,5,9 The therapeutic strategy in patients with SV in whom endoscopic examination demonstrates viable bowel or bowel gangrene is well established, and if the viability of the bowel is sufficient, the treatment is endoscopic detorsion if possible, while resection of the gangrenous segments by surgery is needed in cases in with the bowel is gangrenous.
There was a gap of about 3 mm between the vocal cords of the patient, and both vocal cords were evaluated as fixed in the paramedian line in the endoscopic examination (Figure 2a).
At postoperative day 10, the endoscopic examination showed a normal nasopharynx (Figure- 2 K).
Diagnosis is confirmed by radiological and nasal endoscopic examination.
sup][3] One such case is being described where clinical features and endoscopic examination could not determine the cause of obstruction and consequently generated considerable diagnostic paradox.
After antibiotic therapy was completed, the endoscopic examination revealed resolution of the purulent drainage and the presence of a narrowed, slit-like sphenoid sinus ostium (figure 1, C) with mild edematous swelling along the lateral aspect of the ostial opening (figure 1, D).
Endoscopic examination was performed 120 (min) after exercise using a Olympus[R] CF type 1T10L (Japan) fibre-endoscope introduced through one of the nostrils and passed down to the carina.
The dog was prepared for endoscopic examination of respiratory tract and anaesthetized with Isofluorane gas anaesthesia and Inj.
For endoscopic examination, each bird was placed in right lateral recumbency with the left leg extended, and the left flank area was prepared as a surgical field.
When the locations of the foreing bodies were examined by endoscopic examination and radiographics, it was found that they were most frequently found in the upper part of the esophagus (26 patients), stomach (10 patients), middle part of the esophagus (eight patients), duodenum (four patients), lower part of the esophagus (two patients) and right tonsil (one patient) (Table 5).
After observing abnormal nasal bleeding symptoms on the patient, ear-nose-throat specialist of Amasya's Sabuncuoy-lu E[currency]erefeddin hospital Mehmet Ecelik decided to make an endoscopic examination of his nose.
Some form of endoscopic examination should be performed in most patients.

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