videoendoscope

vid·e·o·en·do·scope

(vid'ē-ō-en'dō-skōp),
An endoscope fitted with a video camera.

vid·e·o·en·do·scope

(vid'ē-ō-end'ŏ-skōp)
An endoscope fitted with a video camera.
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Although the endoeSL can also provide a precise suture placement, a videoendoscope and a special designed instrument [3],[13] seem to be crowded inside the limited laryngoscopic space, and consequently, the use of jet ventilation seems to be unavoidable.
After local anesthetic is applied and sedation administered the videoendoscope is passed up one nostril while a grasping forceps is passed up the other to elevate the epiglottis.
A new high-definition, wide-angle videoendoscope did not detect significantly more colorectal adenomas or polyps, compared with a conventional colonoscope in a randomized study.
Current endoscopic tools for screening include a standard videoendoscope (sedated or unsedated), an unsedated thin videoendoscope, an office-based thin battery-powered endoscope, and wireless capsule endoscopy.
A randomized trial of peroral versus transnasal unsedated endoscopy using an ultrathin videoendoscope, Gastrointest Endosc 1999; 49(3 Pt 1):279-84.
Surveillance of Barrett's esophagus with autofluorescence endoscopy performed with a videoendoscope, rather than a fiberoptic endoscope, may enhance detection of dysplasia or early cancer, reported Mohammed A.