Meaning of gastroscopy in English:

gastroscopy

Pronunciation /ɡaˈstrɒskəpi/

noun

See gastroscope

‘Current applications of virtual reality in preoperative diagnostics include gastroscopy, bronchoscopy, and colonoscopy.’
  • ‘To determine the source of gastrointestinal bleeding he underwent gastroscopy, colonoscopy, and barium studies on 26 and 28 March and 1 April, respectively.’
  • ‘Peptic ulcers may also be diagnosed by a procedure called a gastroscopy (or upper gastro-intestinal endoscopy).’
  • ‘The following day, a gastroscopy and colonoscopy were performed.’
  • ‘The results of gastroscopy and duodenal biopsy were normal.’