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An introduction to endoscopy and endosurgery

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Abstract

This chapter covers the history of endoscopy and endosurgery, and their incorporation into veterinary practice, as well as touching on recent advances in the field. Patient assessment and stabilization are described, and the relative merits of flexible and rigid endoscopy discussed.

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1.1 Restored light conductor with attached four-part light-carrying tube. (Courtesy of Magister E Krebs)
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1.2 Attachable light-carrying tubes. (Courtesy of Magister E Krebs)
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1.3 Philipp Bozzini (1773–1809). (Courtesy of the Collections of the Medical University of Vienna)
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1.4 Antonin Jean Desormeaux (1815–1894). (Courtesy of the Austrian Urological Society)
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1.5 Maximilian Carl Friedrich Nitze (1848–1906). (Courtesy of the Collections of the Medical University of Vienna)
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1.6 Josef Leiter (1830–1892). (Courtesy of the Collections of the Medical University of Vienna)
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1.7 Kurt Karl Stephan Semm (1927–2003). (Courtesy of L Metter, University of Kiel)

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