OTHER WORDS FROM laryngoscopela·ryn·go·scop·ic [luh-ring-guh-skop-ik], /ləˌrɪŋ gəˈskɒp ɪk/, adjectivela·ryn·gos·co·pist [lar-ing-gos-kuh-pist], /ˌlær ɪŋˈgɒs kə pɪst/, nounpre·la·ryn·go·scop·ic, adjective
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How to use laryngoscope in a sentence
Still, as before said, the laryngoscope does not reveal all the secrets of voice-production.The Child-Voice in Singing|Francis E. Howard
He had no opportunity of examining her throat with the laryngoscope, nor of observing her throat action in any other way.
The throat usually becomes tractable after one or two trials with the laryngoscope.
People usually have some such difficulty the first time they submit to examination with the laryngoscope.
This transition period lasted, roughly speaking, till the invention of the laryngoscope in 1855.