Endoscopy Unit

Endoscopy Unit

A method used in the diagnosis of diseases of the digestive system;

 

What is Endoscopy? When to use?

 

Endoscopy is the examination of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum and large intestine.

It can be treated in some disorders during the examination. (For example, masses such as polyps are removed, bleeding can be stopped if there is).

 

What is Colonoscopy? What to do? What are the benefits?

 

Endoscopy examination of the large intestine is called colonoscopy.

Diseases that can be treated with colonoscopy;

Bowel bleeding

Ulcerative Colitis

Hemorrhoids

Polyp (with or without stems)

Intestinal Tumors

Biopsy

In addition, polyps are removed in the same session and treatment is provided.

What is Gastroscopy? What are the benefits?

Examination of the stomach by endoscopy is called Gastroscopy.

Gastroskopiil to;

 

Inflammation of the esophagus

Stenosis of the esophagus

Stomach ulcers

Tumors of the stomach

12 Ulcers and Tumors of the Finger Intestine

Stomach bleedings

Stomach polyps

Diagnosis of diseases such as esophageal varices

Also;

 

Foreign bodies in the stomach pitiable in the freezing of gastric bleeding

esophagus and gastric outlet, stenosis opening, and for the treatment of polyps, gastroscopy method is used for treatment.

Are There Any Risks For These Operations?

 

As long as these procedures are carried out by specialist physicians, there is an extremely low risk.

 

Results Available Now?

 

Endoscopic examinations are a direct procedure and results can be taken immediately.

If the piece is taken for biopsy, the result can be determined for 3-4 days.