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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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40) As noted previously, with the exception of small gastroscopic biopsy specimens, differentiation of large cell lymphoma from other large cell malignancies usually is not a morphologic issue, but, immunohistochemical verification is recommended.
Gastroscopic study diagnosed chronic superficial gastritis in 10 out of 26 children, and chronic hypertrophic gastroduodenitis in 2 children.
Gastroscopic food sensitivity test responses were consistent and reproducible in individual food-allergen-specific dogs.
President Yeltsin, who has suffered repeated illnesses in recent years, went to the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow, where doctors performed a gastroscopic scan to confirm the diagnosis.
As mentioned above, combined factors can be helpful indicators for evaluating the risk of hemorrhage when we perform regular gastroscopic biopsy before surgery.
Gastroscopic analysis of gastric carcinoma in Luoyang and Shanghai.