suction channel

suction channel

A passage within an endoscope through which fluids may be injected or removed. During endoscopy it is used to draw blood, feces, mucus, or secretions away from the lens of the scope, so that clinical observations can be made with clarity and tissues can be selected for specimen collection.
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ostelomatel a suction channel for removing the awns oats; with the following specifications:
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The larger suction channel has been engineered to attract evasive free-floating tissue for easy removal, and to clear bubbles for enhanced surgical precision and visibility.
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