panendoscope


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Related to panendoscope: cystourethroscope, cystopanendoscopy

panendoscope

 [pan-en´do-skōp]
1. an endoscope for wide-angle viewing.
2. a cystoscope that gives a wide-angle view of the bladder.

pan·en·do·scope

(pan-en'dō-skōp),
An illuminated instrument for inspection of the interior of the urethra as well as the bladder by means of a telescopic lens system.
[pan- + G. endon, within, + skopeō, to view]

pan·en·do·scope

(pan-en'dŏ-skōp)
An illuminated instrument for inspection of the interior of the urethra as well as the bladder by means of a Foroblique lens system.
[pan- + G. endon, within, + skopeō, to view]
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