Type: Term Pronunciation: am′nē-os′kō-pē Definitions: 1. Examination of the amniotic fluid in the lowest part of the amniotic sac by means of an endoscope introduced through the cervical canal.
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Direct observation of the foetus and the colour and amount of the amniotic fluid by means of a specially designed endoscope inserted through the uterine cervix. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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An invasive prenatal examination in which a special instrument called an amnioscope is inserted into the amniotic sac through the cervical canal so that the fetus and amniotic fluid can be observed. The amniotic fluid is being checked for meconium, as any meconium in the womb can distress the fetus and cause complications.
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