What is endoscopy?
Endoscopy is a minimally invasive outpatient alternative to traditional surgery using only mild sedation. An endoscope is a small, flexible video camera connected to a TV monitor that allows physicians to diagnose, treat and screen for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and even remove abnormal growths.
PEG, or endoscopic gastrostomy, is the placement of a tube that goes into the stomach through the stomach wall. It allows food and drink to pass directly into the stomach for people who cannot eat normally.
is endoscopy? Colorectal cancer
Acid reflux & ulcers Hemorrhoids GI bleeding & polyps
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