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DIAGNOSIS
SIGNS
CAVITIES
X-RAY
X-RAY PICTURES
PERIPHERAL BLOOD SMEAR
WARTS
FALLOPIAN TUBE
SIGMOID COLON
DOCTOR
ANUS
ENDOSCOPE
DENTIST
HYGIENIST
EXAMINATION
COLONOSCOPY
COLON
SIGMOIDOSCOPY
RECTUM
LIGHTED
VISUAL EXAMINATION
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Definitions

  1. In the visual examination, the doctor looks for abnormal discharges or the presence of sores. (Web site)

Diagnosis

  1. Initial Oral Examination Your initial oral examination includes a visual examination, charting, periodontal probing, diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

Signs

  1. Simple visual examination can reveal the signs of gingivitis. (Web site)

Cavities

  1. They can help pinpoint the location of cavities and other signs of disease that may not be possible to detect through a visual examination.

X-Ray

  1. Months later, cavities that start between the teeth can't be seen by visual examination, but they can be detected on an x-ray. (Web site)

X-Ray Pictures

  1. X-ray pictures can show cavities, hidden dental structures (such as wisdom teeth), and bone loss that cannot be seen during a visual examination. (Web site)

Peripheral Blood Smear

  1. A low MCV, MCH or MCHC, and the appearance of the RBCs on visual examination of a peripheral blood smear will narrow the diagnosis to a microcytic anemia. (Web site)

Warts

  1. Through a microscopic exam of tissue samples (taken during a gynecological or urological exam) and the visual examination of warts, if they are present. (Web site)

Fallopian Tube

  1. Falloscopy - Falloposcopy is the visual examination of the inside of the fallopian tube.

Sigmoid Colon

  1. A tubular instrument for visual examination of the sigmoid colon.

Doctor

  1. Diagnosis A doctor usually can diagnose genital warts by direct visual examination.

Anus

  1. You may need a test for blood in the stool or a visual examination of the anus and rectum (anoscopy).
  2. After visual examination of the anus and surrounding area for external or prolapsed hemorrhoids, a doctor would conduct a digital examination. (Web site)
  3. A simple visual examination of the anus and surrounding tissue usually reveals the fissure. (Web site)

Endoscope

  1. Endoscopy is the direct visual examination of any part of the inside of the body, using an endoscope.
  2. FESS involves the insertion of the endoscope, a very thin fiber-optic tube, into the nose for a direct visual examination of the openings into the sinuses.

Dentist

  1. Your dentist performs a visual examination of your teeth and gums. (Web site)
  2. It is only with a combination of both the X-ray and the visual examination that the dentist can best treat his or her patients. (Web site)

Hygienist

  1. Your dental hygienist will help to ensure that you are maintaining your good oral health by visual examination and comparing your previous dental check ups.

Examination

  1. Different from examination on other parts of abdomen, an auscultation is made after a visual examination and before palpation and percussion. (Web site)

Colonoscopy

  1. Colonoscopy refers to a procedure that allows direct visual examination of the entire colorectum using a colonoscope.

Colon

  1. A flexible sigmoidoscopy is a visual examination of the rectum and lower portion of the colon, where most colorectal polyps and cancers occur. (Web site)
  2. A long flexible endoscope, often equipped with a device for obtaining tissue samples, that is used for visual examination of the colon. (Web site)

Sigmoidoscopy

  1. In addition, a visual examination (sigmoidoscopy) of the lining of the rectum and lower bowel is usually necessary. (Web site)
  2. Sigmoidoscopy A visual examination of the lower 12-25 inches if the large intestine using a lighted scope.

Rectum

  1. A visual examination of the lining of the rectum and lower colon (sigmoidoscopy) or the entire colon (colonoscopy) is always required. (Web site)
  2. Sigmoidoscopy: A visual examination of the lower portion of the colon and rectum.
  3. Sigmoidoscopy is the visual examination of the inside of the rectum and sigmoid colon using a lighted, flexible video endoscope.

Lighted

  1. Colonoscopy is the visual examination of the large intestine (colon) using a lighted, flexible fiberoptic or video endoscope.
  2. Colonoscopy is the visual examination of the large intestine (colon) using a lighted, flexible video endoscope. (Web site)
  3. Sigmoidoscopy is the visual examination of the inside of the rectum and sigmoid colon using a lighted, flexible fiberoptic or video endoscope.

Visual Examination

  1. Sigmoidoscopy The visual examination of the rectum and lower colon using a tubular instrument called a sigmoidoscope.
  2. Endoscopy: Visual examination of the colon using a lighted tube (colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy). (Web site)
  3. The dentist or dental hygienist may suspect tooth decay if a dark spot or a pit is seen during a visual examination. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Lower Colon
  2. Lighted
  3. Evaluation > Analysis > Tests > Sigmoidoscopy
  4. Rectum
  5. Entire Colon
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