tracheoscopic


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tra·che·o·scop·ic

(trā'kē-ō-skop'ik),
Relating to tracheoscopy.

tra·che·o·scop·ic

(trā'kē-ō-skop'ik)
Relating to tracheoscopy.
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Tracheoscopic image of the tracheal stricture of the secretary bird described in Figure 1 on day 12 after symptoms began.
When ETView began its search for existing camera technology to embed in its tracheoscopic ventilation tube, its requirements were: very small size, low-manufacturing cost, and good quality imaging.
On day 27, tracheoscopic examination revealed mild inflammation but no evidence of decreased lumen size or infection.
Despite attempts to confirm these findings, complications with anesthesia shortened the tracheoscopic exam.