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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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However, the stable clinical condition, an early causative diagnosis and treatment, as well as frequent gastroscopic follow-up examinations justified an attempt for conservative management.
The dog was subjected to video-gastroscopic procedure using gastroscopic machine Karl Storz - Endoskope (Germany) which is 9 mm in diameter and 140 cm working length.
Yang, "Gastroscopic treatment of membranous duodenal stenosis in infants and children: report of 6 cases," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
Moreover, this system can predict image registration and track the target lesions for an arbitrary gastroscopic image sequence, even if the deformation between two frames is large.
Even if the parasitic episode is always short-lived for mainly some hours, but maximally for a few days, as has been documented by gastroscopic findings in GAA, the immune stimulation, as witnessed by its humoral response, reaches its peak after four to six weeks and IgE is detectable in human sera or can be shown by skin prick tests(SPT) for more than ten years [5].
Liu et al., "Validation of a mathematical model for ultrasound assessment of gastric volume by gastroscopic examination," Anesthesia and Analgesia, vol.
particular reference to gross pathology and gastroscopic diagnosis.
For example, in patients with documented suspicious lymphocytic infiltrates in gastroscopic biopsy specimens, multiple repeated biopsy fragments of the lesion submitted fresh for flow cytometry analysis frequently result in the demonstration of monoclonality and verification of lymphoma.
Gastroscopic investigation determined chronic superficial gastritis in 10 of 26 children, and chronic hypertrophy gastroduodenitis in 2 children.
Gastroscopic and colonoscopic examination howed pangastritis with mucosal hyperemia and multiple colonic aphthous ulcerations (Figure 1).