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Embryoscopy is an improving, high-tech way to "scope" or examine an unborn child in the mother's womb. Specifically, a lighted instrument capable of taking pictures or video is inserted into the womb. This facilitates performing surgery on the unborn child or obtaining tissue samples.

Spectacular pictures of unborn children can be viewed on the internet simply by searching on the term "embryoscopy".

The Merriam-Webster dictionary does not have an entry for this term as of 2010, perhaps because liberals oppose recognition of the unborn child as a person in order to support abortion.