tracheoscopy


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tra·che·os·co·py

 (trā′kē-ŏs′kə-pē)
n. pl. tra·che·os·co·pies
Examination of the interior of the trachea, as with a bronchoscope.

tra′che·o·scop′ic (-ə-skŏp′ĭk) adj.

tracheoscopy

(ˌtrækɪˈɒskəpɪ)
n, pl -pies
(Medicine) an examination or inspection of the trachea
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Nevertheless otoscopy, ophthalmoscopy, electroretinography, keratometry and tracheoscopy have revolutionized the practice allowing better visualization and diagnosis.
Preoperative flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy combined with tracheoscopy is gold standard for detection.
Laryngeal inspection revealed everted laryngeal saccules, whereas tracheoscopy did not show any remarkable alteration.
These tests include laryngoscopy and tracheoscopy, in which a small fiber -optic scope is inserted through the mouth to examine the larynx and trachea.
and tracheoscopy, in which a small fiber-optic scope is inserted through the mouth to examine the larynx and trachea.
Operative tracheoscopy and bronchoscopy revealed the presence of granulation tissue, which was resected from the area of the tracheotomy.
In this procedure, the fetus's head and shoulders are delivered and the placenta is left attached (maintaining umbilical circulation and fetal oxygenation) while a surgical intubation or tracheoscopy procedure is performed.
49 and a tracheoscopy and laryngoscopy with biopsy was associated with a reduced cost of $1,110.
At that point, the animal was anesthetized, and tracheoscopy was performed with a flexible 56-cm bronchoscope (Olympus B3R; Tokyo, Japan (Figure 1).
A tracheoscopy (that is, a viewing of his throat with an eyepiece at the end of a tube) confirmed that he didn't need a tracheostomy.