endoscopic

adjective
en·do·scop·ic | \ˌen-də-ˈskä-pik \

Definition of endoscopic 

: of, relating to, or performed by means of an endoscope or endoscopy

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endoscopically \ˌen-də-ˈskä-pi-k(ə-)lē \ adverb

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But when the endoscopic laser was used to remove the pancreas and bile duct in a dozen patients with cancer, the odd spaces became obvious. Alice Park, Time, "Scientists Have Discovered a New Organ in the Human Body. What is the Interstitium?," 27 Mar. 2018 An endoscopic procedure, where a thin tube with a camera is used to examine the inside of your colon (a colonoscopy) or upper part of your GI (an upper endoscopy), can help confirm the diagnosis. Carolyn L. Todd, SELF, "'Parenthood' Star Monica Potter Isn't Pregnant—She Has Colitis," 19 Jan. 2018 The endoscopic system uses a magnified view of a colorectal polyp to study its features and compare it with 30,000 endocytoscopic images used for machine learning. Brett Molina, USA TODAY, "New artificial intelligence can detect colorectal cancer in less than a second, researchers say," 30 Oct. 2017 The endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty cost, on average, $12,000, while the laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy cost $22,000 on average. Fox News, "Weight-loss procedure makes stomach into 'accordion' without surgery," 10 May 2017 After seeing her fellow colleagues lose weight, Fonseca met with a gastroenterologist who recommended the endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG), also called the accordian procedure. John Torres, NBC News, "‘Sewing Machine’ Surgery Helps Weight Loss Without Cutting," 5 June 2017 During the procedure, which is called endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, doctors insert a long tube down a patient's esophagus to the stomach. Fox News, "Weight-loss procedure makes stomach into 'accordion' without surgery," 10 May 2017

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1865, in the meaning defined above

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endoscopic

adjective
en·do·scop·ic | \ˌen-də-ˈskäp-ik \

Medical Definition of endoscopic 

: of, relating to, or performed by means of an endoscope or endoscopy … patients with jaundice in whom an endoscopic stent is required to relieve obstruction.— Manuel Hidalgo, The New England Journal of Medicine, 29 Apr. 2010

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endoscopically \-i-k(ə-)lē \ adverb

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