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gastroscope

[′ga·strə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A hollow, tubular instrument used to examine the inside of the stomach by passage through the mouth and esophagus.
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Large foreign bodies, such as the spruce cones in this egret, require a more invasive approach (eg, gastroscopic removal or surgery) to resolve the problem.
ASGE's highest honor, this award is given to a member whose accomplishments in endoscopic research, teaching and/or service to ASGE exemplifies the standards and traditions of Rudolf Schindler, MD, founder of the American Gastroscopic Club, the forerunner of ASGE.
Patients with classical pernicious anemia show gastroscopic and biochemical signs of chronic atrophic gastritis, which support the diagnosis of cobalamin deficiency (9,10).
Radical subtotal gastrectomy was performed, based on the pathologic diagnosis of spindle cell sarcoma from gastroscopic biopsy specimens.