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rhi·no·scop·ic

(rī'nō-skop'ik),
Relating to the rhinoscope or to rhinoscopy.

rhi·no·scop·ic

(rī'nō-skop'ik)
Relating to the rhinoscope or to rhinoscopy.

rhinoscopy

(rī-nŏs′kō-pē)
Examination of nasal passages. rhinoscopic (rī″nō-skŏp′ĭk), adjective

anterior rhinoscopy

Examination through the anterior nares.

posterior rhinoscopy

Examination through the posterior nares, usually with a small mirror in the nasopharynx.
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