Definition of Celioscopy

1. Noun. Endoscopic examination of the abdomen through the abdominal wall.

Generic synonyms: Endoscopy



Medical Definition of Celioscopy

1. Synonym: peritoneoscopy. Origin: celio-+ G. Skopeo, to view (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Celioscopy

celioenterotomy
celiogastrostomy
celiogastrotomy
celiohysterectomy
celiohysterotomy
celioma
celiomyalgia
celiomyomectomy
celiomyomotomy
celiomyositis
celioparacentesis
celiopathy
celiorrhaphy
celiosalpingectomy
celiosalpingotomy
celioscopy (current term)
celiotomy incision
celiprolol
celitis
cell
cell-adhesion molecule
cell-adhesion molecules
cell-bound antibody
cell-free
cell-free extract
cell-free protein synthesis
cell-free system
cell-like
cell-mediated immune response

Literary usage of Celioscopy

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary canal by Russell Daniel Carman (1920)
"... attention to the fact that he had described the method in 1902 under the term celioscopy. At the time of writing, Kelling had viewed the human abdominal ..."

2. Health Care Technology And Its Assessment In Eight Countries by Henry David Banta (1995)
"... between January 1987 and December 1991 by seven leading French centers (30). The 17521 procedures followed fall into three categories of celioscopy: 1. ..."

3. Health Care Technology and Its Assessment in Eight Countries by Henry David Banta, United States Congress. Office of Technology Assessment (1995)
"... between January 1987 and December 1991 by seven leading French centers (30). The 17521 procedures followed fall into three categories of celioscopy: 1. ..."

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