Definition of videoscope in English:

videoscope

Syllabification: vid·e·o·scope
Pronunciation: /ˈvidēəˌskōp
 
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noun

A fiber-optic rod attached to a camera that transmits images from within the body to a television monitor, used in diagnosis and surgery.
More example sentences
  • Cystoscopy is not commonly performed but can detect bladder abnormalities by inserting a small fiberoptic videoscope into the bladder.
  • Olympus provides products and services, including EndoEYE [TM] surgical videoscopes and EndoALPHA [TM] and CPP financing.
  • A videoscope is inserted through the incision below the umbilicus allowing visualization of the intraabdominal organs and gallbladder.

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