laserscope

laserscope

[ley-zer-skohp]
noun
a surgical instrument that employs a laser beam to destroy diseased tissue or to create small channels; used to open clogged arteries and, in ophthalmology, to treat patients with glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.

Origin:
laser + -scope

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