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fiberscope

Syllabification: fi·ber·scope
Pronunciation: /ˈfībərˌskōp
 
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(British fibrescope)

Definition of fiberscope in English:

noun

A fiber-optic device for viewing inaccessible internal structures, especially in the human body.
Example sentences
  • Specialists from Tokyo's fire department located the three through advanced instruments including fiberscopes.
  • He published his results on a ‘flexible fibrescope’ in Nature, January 1954.
  • BAL was carried out according to a standard protocol using an Olympus type 30 fiberscope (Olympus; Tokyo, Japan).

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