colposcopic

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  • colposcope — colposcopic /kol peuh skop ik/, adj. colposcopist /kol pos keuh pist/, n. /kol peuh skohp /, n. an instrument that magnifies the cells of the cervix and vagina to permit direct observation and study of the living tissue. [1935 40; < Gk kólp(os)… …   Universalium

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