microendoscope

microendoscope

A small-bore endoscope, sometimes arbitrarily defined as having a diameter of < 3.0 mm.

microendoscope

Surgery An endoscope with a diameter of < 3.0 mm. See Endoscopy.
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They used a device called a miniaturized microendoscope to monitor the brain activities of mice during social situations.
Pavlova et al., "In vivo imaging of unstained tissues using a compact and flexible multiphoton microendoscope," Journal of Biomedical Optics, vol.
Uram, "Ophthalmic laser microendoscope ciliary process ablation in the management of neovascular glaucoma," Ophthalmology, vol.
Wang, "Longitudinal molecular imaging with single cell resolution of disseminated ovarian cancer in mice with a LED-based confocal microendoscope," Molecular Imaging and Biology, vol.
Kawaguchi et al., "Minimally invasive technique for decompression of lumbar foraminal stenosis using a spinal microendoscope: technical note," Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, vol.
A low-cost, portable, battery-powered microendoscope, developed by bioengineers at Rice University, Houston, Texas, eventually could eliminate the need for costly biopsies for many patients undergoing standard endoscopic screening for esophageal cancer.
"For patients, biopsies are stressful and sometimes painful," said lead researcher Rebecca Richards-Kortum, professor at Rice University where the new microendoscope was developed.
Using a novel multiphoton microendoscope device recently developed by myself and collaborators, I here aim to overcome tissue penetration limits and identify important progression events deeply inside tumors.
The Solos MammoView Breast Endoscopy System includes a Microendoscope, Introducer, Dilator Set, and Cytology Retrieval Kit.
Noninvasive imaging of oral neoplasia with a high-resolution fiber-optic microendoscope. Head Neck.
The MastaScope(TM) is a microendoscope which is inserted into a women's breast, permitting the physician to visualize the interior of the milk ducts.