How do Videoscopes, Fiberscopes and Laparoscopes work?


Surgeon in the Digital Age Understanding Your Video System

light source–2:36
light cable–4:35
fiber optic light cable–6:44
three chip camera–11:57
creation of the video CCD–12:52
imaging chain–21:14
flexible endoscopes–24:49
image processor–26:05

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