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. Laryngoscopy means to look inside the larynx. Esophagoscopy means to look into the esophagus; while bronchoscopy means to look inside the tracheobronchial tree of the lungs.

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