Endoscopic surgery

Refers to surgery done “inside” using a special scope that goes through the mouth or nose, rather than, for example, through an incision on the neck. [intlink id=”291″ type=”post”]Laryngoscopy[/intlink] means to look inside the larynx. [intlink id=”172″ type=”post”]Esophagoscopy[/intlink] means to look into the esophagus; while [intlink id=”70″ type=”post”]bronchoscopy[/intlink] means to look inside the tracheobronchial tree of the lungs.

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