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Meaning of endoscope

en•do•scope

Pronunciation: (en'du-skōp"), [key]
— n. Med.
  1. a slender, tubular optical instrument used as a viewing system for examining an inner part of the body and, with an attached instrument, for biopsy or surgery.
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