Kidney stone in endoscope claws

Kidney stone in endoscope claws

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Credit: ALEXANDER TSIARAS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY.

Caption: The jaws of a rigid endoscope clasping a kidney stone after its removal. The rigid endoscope is a steel tube containing fibre optics elements that allows the surgeon an illuminated view of the kidney stone & which conducts the mechanism that operates the jaws, which are operately remotely by a pair of scissor handles. The tube is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen; the surgeon manipulates the endoscope onto site whilst looking through the eyepiece. A lens and light source are located at the internal end of the endoscope.

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Keywords: diagnostic, diagnostics, endoscopy, endoscp, equipment, healthcare, keyhole surgery, kidney stone in jaws of endscp, kidney stone removal, medical, medicine, technique

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