More Accurate, Better For Our Patients
What Is A Veterinary Endoscope?
A veterinary endoscope is a medical instrument used for visual examination of the interior of a body cavity or a hollow organ such as the colon, bladder, or stomach.
It is a rigid or flexible tube, fitted with lenses (camera), a fiber-optic light source, and often a probe, forceps, suction device, or other apparatus for examination or retrieval of tissue.
What Can We Do With A Veterinary Endoscope?
With a veterinary endoscope, we are able to surgically view and treat areas that we otherwise might not be able to get to and with a much smaller incision.
What This Means For Your Pets:
Because we are able to make a much smaller incision and combine the veterinary endoscope with the technologies of our veterinary video otoscope and our veterinary laser, we are able to offer our patients more accurate and less invasive surgeries and biopsies; and much happier pets!
- Smaller Incisions
- Less invasive for diagnosis/biopsy/treatment.
- Fewer complications
- Faster Recovery
- Send tools, like laser, through the scope to more effectively treat, biopsy problems and diseases.
- Use for all animals including Avians and Exotics.
- Laparascopic Spay
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