colonoscopically

colonoscopy

[koh-luh-nos-kuh-pee]
noun Medicine/Medical.
visual inspection of the interior of the colon with a flexible, lighted tube inserted through the rectum.
Also called coloscopy.

colonoscopic [kuh-lon-uh-skop-ik] , adjective
colonoscopically, adverb
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colonoscopy
from colon (2) + -oscopy.
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colonoscopy co·lon·os·co·py (kō'lə-nŏs'kə-pē)
n.
Examination of the inner surface of the colon by means of a colonoscope. Also called coloscopy.

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colonoscopy   (kō'lə-nŏs'kə-pē)  Pronunciation Key 
Inspection of the interior surface of the colon with a flexible endoscope that is equipped to obtain tissue samples and inserted through the rectum.
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