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- n. A kind of endoscope used in culdoscopy.
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- n. a specialized endoscope for visually examining a woman's pelvic organs
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Once the position has been assumed, your doctor places a speculum inside your vagina to hold it open, makes a small internal incision just above your cervix, and inserts an instrument called a culdoscope—a type of telescopic device that allows a study of the back surface of your uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.
By inserting several types of instruments next to the culdoscope, several surgical procedures can be performed.