tracheoscopy etymology

English word tracheoscopy comes from English -scopy (Observation, viewing.), English tracheo- ((anatomy) Relating to the trachea.)

Detailed word origin of tracheoscopy

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-scopy English (eng) Observation, viewing.
tracheo- English (eng) (anatomy) Relating to the trachea.
tracheoscopy English (eng) (medicine) examination of the interior of the trachea using a laryngoscope.

Words with the same origin as tracheoscopy

Descendants of -scopy
amnioscopy auriscopy bioscopy bronchoscopy brontoscopy colonoscopy duodenoscopy embryoscopy endoscopy fibroscopy fluoroscopy genitoscopy laparoscopy metalloscopy microscopy oneiroscopy proctoscopy rectoscopy retinoscopy spectroscopy telescopy thoracoscopy uranoscopy vaginoscopy
Descendants of tracheo-
laryngotracheobronchitis laryngotracheobronchopneumonitis tracheobranchiae tracheobronchial tracheobronchomalacia tracheobronchoscopy tracheoesophageal tracheogenic tracheomalacia tracheostomy tracheosyringeal tracheotome