coelioscopy


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coelioscopy

(ˌsiːlɪˈɒskəpɪ)
n, pl -pies
(Surgery) a medical procedure for examining the abdomen
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Diagnostic options included amputation of the digit with subsequent histopathologic examination, coelioscopy with biopsy of any abnormal organ tissue, or a combination of the 2 procedures.
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The next morning, a coelioscopy was performed with a 2.9-mm rigid endoscope to grossly assess the organs and tissues within the coelom.
Coelioscopy would have allowed visualization of the gross pathology affecting the liver, as well as collection of biopsy samples for histopathologic examination and PCR testing for C psittaci.
Coelioscopy may have allowed antemortem diagnosis of fungal infection, as macroscopic lesions were found at necropsy but were not apparent in the radiographic images.
Coelioscopy with histologic examination and fungal culture of lung and air sac samples revealed anthracosis but no fungal infection.
The mean ([+ or -] SD) total surgery time for unilateral coelioscopy, endoscopic renal evaluation, and collection of 1 biopsy sample was 14 [+ or -] 2.2 minutes.
An intestinal obstruction was suspected based on radiographic findings, and an ileo-ceco-rectal intussusception was confirmed by coelioscopy. A 14.3-cm section of intestine was resected before an intestinal anastomosis was done.