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Synonyms for oesophagoscope

an optical instrument for examining the inside of the esophagus

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Various routine investigations and special investigations such as Barium swallow examination, esophagoscopy, bronchoscopy, indirect laryngoscopy, etc.
However, the minority of the cases which require intervention can be safely treated with flexible esophagoscopy, often by pushing the impacted food bolus into the stomach or piecemeal extraction of the impacted food bolus.
9 In our case, multiple FBs were removed by esophagoscopy, but the body of a wristwatch could not be extracted with this method and required surgery.
Barium swallow and esophagoscopy are used as primary investigations for dysphagia, and they can demonstrate esophageal narrowing and sometimes fistula between the cyst and the esophagus.
With the esophagoscopy, both the level of the rupture and the accompanying diseases are detected as well as the treatment option is chosen (13, 14).
Barton was allowed nothing by mouth (NPO) for esophagoscopy and colonoscopy examinations in the morning.
85% of patients that had an esophagoscopy because of a foreign object were referred.
A total of 57 patients were included in the study presenting with foreign body ingestion that underwent esophagoscopy under general anesthesia.
Subsequent coverage includes clinical assessment--transnasal esophagoscopy, measuring vocal fold function, electromyography, 3D laryngeal CT scan, and medical/legal evaluation.
34% of cases, there was a spontaneous bolus propulsion towards the oesophagus during esophagoscopy.
Definitive localization of isolated tracheoesophageal fistula using bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy for guide wire placement.
Gavage feeding, wound debridement, and esophagoscopy were planned for the next day but the bird died overnight.
Once the diagnosis of button battery lodged in the esophagus is made, emergent removal by rigid or flexible esophagoscopy under general anesthesia is required.
Fiberoptic esophagoscopy and bronchoscopy demonstrated an intact mucosal pattern without any sign of perforation.
Thus, a restaurant was liable where a plaintiff bit into a cheeseburger that "splintered off [apparently due to it being greatly overcooked], causing a piece of severely burned cheeseburger to become lodged in his esophagus" requiring an emergency esophagoscopy to remove the burned burger.