fiber-illuminated

fiber-illuminated
fi·ber-il·lu·mi·nat·ed (fiґbər-ĭ-looґmĭ-nāt″əd) transmitting light by means of bundles of glass or plastic fibers, utilizing a lens system to transmit the image; said of endoscopes of such design.

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