enteroscope

enteroscope

 [en´ter-o-skōp″]
an instrument for inspecting the inside of the intestine.

en·ter·o·scope

(en'tĕr-ō-skōp'),
A speculum for inspecting the inside of the intestine in operative cases.
[entero- + G. skopeō, to view]
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The Fujinon EN-450P5/20 double-balloon enteroscope (Fujinon Corporation, Saitama, Japan) comprises a scope and a trocar sheath.
GI videoscopes include video gastroscopes, video duodenoscopes, video colonoscopies, video ultrasound endoscopes, video enteroscope and video sigmoidoscope.
Sofuni et al., "Large balloon dilatation following endoscopic sphincterotomy using a balloon enteroscope for the bile duct stone extractions in patients with Roux-en-Y anastomosis," Digestive and Liver Disease, vol.
Recently, ERP in altered anatomy using a balloon-assisted enteroscope was developed, and anastomotic strictures after surgery can now be treated without surgical treatment [4].
The total number of operational endoscopes available for the 11 units was as follows: 30 upper endoscopes, 19 colonoscopes, 10 duodenoscopes, 3 endoscopic ultrasounds, 1 balloon-assisted enteroscope and 1 capsule endoscopy facility.
KEY WORDS: Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome Vascular malformation Enteroscope Sclerotherapy.
However, as Professor Christian Ell of the clinical centre Wiesbaden, teaching hospital of the University of Mainz in Germany explained at a press conference at the 18th United European Gastroenterology Week (UEGW) in Barcelona, a simplified single-balloon enteroscope was recently introduced, prompting the initiation of the first randomised study comparing the two techniques.
Other products that contributed to the revenue increase in the Medical Systems division included a capsule endoscope for the small bowel (introduced in the United States) and the Single Balloon Enteroscope System (released worldwide), a device that makes it easier for doctors to examine the small bowel.
Jejunal fluid aspirates were collected from all the patients by an enteroscope and a sterile catheter system (Devon Innovations, Bangalore, India).