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a long slender medical instrument for examining the interior of a bodily organ or performing minor surgery

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These veins are visible endoscopically as palisading vessels in a conscious person (14) and are also identifiable in CLE.
Statement 8: After complete removal of endoscopically resectable nonpolypoid dysplastic lesions, surveillance colonoscopy is suggested rather than colectomy.
A third endoscopically placed balloon currently being developed by Dr.
Shaikh performs virtually all of these procedures endoscopically, without external cuts, so patients typically experience less post-operative discomfort and are at a much lower risk for complications.
Treatment involves surgical excision and decompression, which can usually be accomplished endoscopically.
LOS ANGELES -- In patients at moderate risk for an ulcer who were on low-dose daily aspirin therapy, concomitant treatment with esomeprazole 20 mg once daily was significantly more effective than was placebo for preventing endoscopically confirmed gastroduodenal ulcers, a randomized, multicenter trial showed.
Many anatomic problems can be ameliorated by endoscopically removing pathology, preserving the turbinates and mucosa, and reconstructing the sinuses, Dr.
All implants were delivered and removed endoscopically with the implant procedures taking less than 30 minutes and removal procedures taking less than 15 minutes.
BAROnova's novel endoscopically delivered and retrieved weight-loss device.
Digestive prostheses implanted endoscopically Lots 13 to 16,
As in the operating room setting, a lighted guidewire is directed into the frontal, maxillary, or sphenoid sinus and confirmed to be in position endoscopically and by transillumination of the sinus (figure 2, A and B).
As she had chronic inflammatory granulomatous tissue, an attempt to remove the denture endoscopically failed.
This edition has new chapters on anterior skull base surgery, the pathophysiology of rhinosinusitis, preserving and improving the sense of smell, applied anatomy, the endoscopically assisted bimanual operating technique, transorbital surgery, and interdisciplinary teamwork.
Full text of the article, "The Incidence of Maxillary Sinus Membrane Perforation During Endoscopically Assessed Crestal Sinus Floor Elevation: APilot Study," Journal of Oral Implantology, Vol.
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