gastroscopic


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gas·tro·scop·ic

(gas'trō-skop'ik),
Relating to gastroscopy.

gastroscopic

adjective Referring to the examination of the gastric mucosa using a fibre-optic endoscope.

gas·tro·scop·ic

(gas'trō-skop'ik)
Relating to gastroscopy.
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Each patient had a gastroscopic examination with biopsies of gastric mucosa taken from the prepyloric and the gastric body areas, one for a urease test, one for culture, and two for histological examination.
Puncture site is marked with gastroscopic monitoring of the anterior gastric wall in the region of the distal corpus.
Patients with classical pernicious anemia show gastroscopic and biochemical signs of chronic atrophic gastritis, which support the diagnosis of cobalamin deficiency (9,10).
Radical subtotal gastrectomy was performed, based on the pathologic diagnosis of spindle cell sarcoma from gastroscopic biopsy specimens.
According to gastroscopy, 82 belonged to subgroup A, 91 belonged to subgroup B, and gastroscopic results of 61 participants were not available.
Gastroscopic and colonoscopic examination in the local hospital revealed multiple hemangiomas in the esophagus stomach and colon (Fig.
During the gastroscopic examination eight biopsy specimens of the gastric mucosa from the prepyloric area and gastric body were taken, one for CLO test, one for bacterial culture, and two for histological examination from each site.
Large foreign bodies, such as the spruce cones in this egret, require a more invasive approach (eg, gastroscopic removal or surgery) to resolve the problem.