mediastinoscope

mediastinoscope

 [me″de-ah-sti´no-skōp]
a specially designed endoscope used in mediastinoscopy.

me·di·as·tin·o·scope

(mē'dē-as-tin'ō-skōp),
An endoscope for inspection of the mediastinum through a suprasternal incision.

mediastinoscope

A dedicated endoscope (e.g., Carlens, Tucker) that is used to inspect and biopsy mediastinal structures.

me·di·as·tin·o·scope

(mē'dē-as'tī-nō-skōp)
An endoscope for inspection of mediastinum through a suprasternal incision.

mediastinoscope

a specially designed endoscope used in mediastinoscopy.
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