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Synonyms for oesophagoscope

an optical instrument for examining the inside of the esophagus

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Evaluation under microscope was a common procedure technique for removal of ear foreign bodies while anterior rhinoscopy and oesophagoscopy were required in nose and throat foreign bodies respectively.
This retrospective study was conducted at the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), Karachi, and comprised medical charts of patients who had undergone oesophagoscopy for removal of foreign body (fish and chicken bone) from 1990 to 2015.
Depending on the IDL examination and X-ray findings, diagnostic endoscopy (either laryngoscopy or oesophagoscopy ) under GA was performed and fish bone was removed.
Oesophagoscopy has revealed that the most common places of food bolus obstruction are between 15 cm and 25 cm, and between 30 cm and 40 cm from the front teeth, usually, imaginary front teeth, the frequency being 42.
Further flexible nasoendoscopy assessment in clinic was concerning and unhelpful in assessing the piriform fossa (right side--erythematous and oedematous), prompting a further general anaesthetic rigid laryngopharyngo-upper oesophagoscopy procedure to exclude a synchronous tumour.
Under anaesthetic, oesophagoscopy revealed the origin of the protruding tissue mass to be at the cricopharyngeus, establishing the diagnosis of a prolapsed Zenker's diverticulum that was repaired via a left lateral cervical incision.
THORACIC SURGERY: pleural aspiration, biopsy; intercostal block; remove superficial tumour; bronchoscopy, oesophagoscopy, dilatation K.
Rigid oesophagoscopy was done in all the cases to remove foreign bodies.
Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of bronchoscope urethrocystoscope oesophagoscopy set for small animals with all accessories
Repeat oesophagoscopy and biopsies are done if symptoms recur.
Rigid oesophagoscopy is the accepted standard of care for removal of an object that is not smooth, radiopaque, inert or recently impacted.
The scan - a transnasal oesophagoscopy - is carried out using equipment bought with a pounds 40,000 grant from the Arden Cancer Network.