Endoscopy of Gastrointestinal Organs
Almost every person living in modern times suffers from intestinal problems. Irregular meals, adverse stress and disturbed ecology can cause various diseases of the digestive tract, clogging the body with pollutants. By neglecting the prevention or overlooking the symptoms of a digestive tract disorder, the digestive system may become malfunctioning. These troubles then lead to endoscopic examinations. Gastroenterology deals primarily with the analysis and prevention of these diseases of the digestive tract, which include, in particular, functional disorders of the digestive tract, small intestine and colon, dysfunction of the bile ducts, meteorism etc.
Endoscopic methods in gastroenterology represent a very important analysis technique necessary to verify the state of the examined organs and to determine further treatment. At the Carlsbad Clinic Gastroenterology Center, we provide several types of endoscopy, using state-of-the-art instruments.
Panendoscopy (examination of the upper part of the digestive tract - esophagus, stomach, duodenum - using an endoscope). Colonoscopy (examination of the thick or small intestine). Sigmoidoscopy (examination of the rectum, sigmoid colon or descending colon). Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (examination of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum). Anoscopy (examination method for the anal canal).