Recent Examples of colonoscopy from the Web
Her primary-care physician, aware of her mother's medical history, ordered a colonoscopy.
Her primary-care physician, aware of her mother’s medical history, ordered a colonoscopy.
Until now, Marchetti said, there was very little benefit to put people younger than 50 through the ordeal and cost of a colonoscopy.
Johnson & Johnson had been trying—operative word, trying—to sell a robot that can put patients to sleep for simple procedures like colonoscopies.
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First Known Use of colonoscopy
COLONOSCOPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of colonoscopy for English Language Learners
medical : a medical procedure in which a special tube-shaped instrument is used to take pictures of the inside of someone's colon
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