What is Endoscopy?

Endoscopy is an oral procedure to examine the digestive system without surgery. Gastroenterology allows the physician to examine the organ without making an incision in the body. Endoscopy, sometimes used to diagnose disorders of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum, consists of a flexible tube with a camera and light at the end. In some cases, special instruments may be added to the endoscope to perform a biopsy.

What is the reason for endoscopy?

Diagnostic: Endoscopy can be performed because of many symptoms.

·         Abnormal bleeding

·         Stubborn abdominal pain

·         Swallowing difficulty, swallowing difficulty or esophageal obstruction

·         Persistent nausea

·         Diarrhea and constipation not lasting for a long time

·         Unidentified weight loss

·         Stomach ulcer

·         Infections

·         Pancreatitis

·         Stones of the gallbladder

·         Tumors

·         It can be used to investigate the causes of different disorders of the digestive system.

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