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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishendoscopyen‧dos‧co‧py /enˈdɒskəpi $ -ˈdɑː-/ noun [uncountable] medical  the medical examination of the inside of the body, using an endoscope
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endoscopyLesions identified at endoscopy are now often suggested as being the cause of anaemia.One blood sample was taken before endoscopy and the patients then had a colonoscopy to the caecum.In daily practice as well as in the recent studies Dieulafoy lesion is diagnosed most often by endoscopy.Preparation of the reservoir for endoscopy was performed with a phosphate enema 30 minutes before the examination.Each of the patients examined had been referred for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy to investigate dyspeptic symptoms.Erosive oesophagitis was seen in two of the 21 patients who had endoscopy.A course of ampicillin and metronidazole had been taken by this subject within four weeks of endoscopy.The incidence of pseudomelanosis coli in patients undergoing endoscopy of ar autopsy is reported to be between 1 and 5.9%.
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