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colonoscopy

[‚kō·lə′näs·kə·pē]
(medicine)
Visual examination of the inner surface of the colon by means of an endoscope.
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Colonoscopic diagnosis of appendiceal intussusception: case report and review of the literature.
Colonoscopic findings and histologic diagnostic yield of colorectal endometriosis.
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The average number of years of colonoscopic surveillance per patient was 2.3 (range, 2-4).
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Although the role of colonoscopy is not an established evidence-based recommendation, there are previously reported cases of colonoscopic decompression and evacuation [10].
Colonoscopic decompression followed by rectal tube placement for 24 hours was successful, and she was discharged home.
Colonoscopic perforation is a serious complication and can occur at rates ranging from 0.016 to 0.8% [6-11].
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Based on the colonoscopic and histological findings, the patient was diagnosed with localized ileocolonic CD.