Gastroscopy (or endoscopy) is an examination of the oesophagus (gullet or food pipe), stomach and duodenum (upper part of the small bowel) using a flexible telescope called a gastroscope.
Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to examine a person’s digestive tract. In addition, your doctor may use an endoscope to take a biopsy (removal of tissue).
A colonoscopy is an exam used to detect changes or abnormalities in the large intestine (colon) and rectum. Polyps or other types of abnormal tissue can be removed.
Esophageal Colonic Stricture Dilation
The esophagus is the tube that brings food and liquids from your mouth to your stomach. “Benign” means it’s not cancerous.
Your doctor will take a medical history, including a history of previous bleeding, conduct a physical exam and possibly order tests.
Esophageal manometry is a test that shows whether your esophagus is working properly. The esophagus is a long, muscular tube.
Foreign Body Removal
Foreign body retrieval is the removal of objects or substances that have been introduced into the body.
Ascitic Fluid Tapping
An ascitic tap is a medical procedure where a needle is used to drain fluid that is trapped in an internal body.
Stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, a surgical procedure for placing a feeding tube.
Functional GI conditions are due to a combination of extra sensitivity of the GI tract, with changes in the motility of digestive system.
Achalasia Cardia Dilatation
Achalasia cardia is a primary esophageal motility disorder characterized by aperistalsis and incomplete.