bronchoscope bronchoscope  /b ˈrɑn kə ˈskoʊp/


  • (n) a slender tubular instrument used to examine the bronchial tubes


  1. As in most surgical cases, people requiring bronchoscope work often seek specialists.
  2. A bronchoscope, a long mirrored tube, is inserted in the patient's throat and a rod bearing a tiny electric light bulb dropped down.
  3. Twice they attempted to remove the nail without a Chevalier Jackson bronchoscope.
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