proctoscope


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proctoscope

[′präk·tə‚skōp]
(medicine)
An instrument for inspecting the anal canal and rectum.
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Antiseptic dressing of the perianal region was followed by per rectal digital examination and the introduction of the lubricated proctoscope.
" During surgical out-patient clinics there is no time for discussion or training for any procedural skills, like using proctoscope for diagnostic purposes or hemorrhoid ligation as a therapeutic procedure" [R3 Male # 9]
The rectal wall integrity is confirmed with the injection of dilute indigo carmine through an 18 french foley catheter placed in the rectum or via an air leak test performed with the aide of a proctoscope.
Privacy, nursing/assistant support and good lighting are basic requirements, as well as anaesthetic jelly, swabs, lubricant, a proctoscope, malleable probes and suctioning equipment.
Your GP may also insert a special tube into the rectum, known as a proctoscope, which allows a direct view of the internal canal.
THISis a simple and effective way to treat piles, with no more than an mild ache afterwards and no anaesthesia required The patient lies on one side, a proctoscope is positioned and the haemorrhoid is grasped with forceps.
Synthetic stitching, non-absorbable monofilament, synthetic seams, stitches for closing wounds, coated synthetic sutures, sacks, drains, disposable filters for mammals, cleaning brushes, biopsy needles, proctoscope tubes, gaskets for a biopsy channel, profiled prostheses, anatomical emphyneres.
Diagnosis of the condition can be made easily with a good source of light, a proctoscope and a meticulous digital examination.
No bowel preparation was done, 5% phenol in almond oil was taken in a disposable syringe with 20 gauge spinal needle and a well lubricated proctoscope was inserted gently into the rectum.