Endoscopy

Endoscopy


Endoscopy

Endoscopy is the gold standard for the diagnosis of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, in which the doctor is able to see in detail the condition of the internal organs of the patient.
The examination is performed using an endoscope – a thin tube with a video camera at the end, which is inserted through the natural pathways.

At the Ishtar Clinic you have the opportunity to perform such examinations as gastroscopy, colonoscopy, and, if necessary, various endoscopic surgeries.

Gastroscopy at Ishtar Clinic

Gastroscopy is a survey of the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, stomach and duodenum) using a gastroscope.

Indications for gastroscopy are:

  • pain in the epigastric region;
  • nausea;
  • vomiting;
  • black feces;
  • loss of weight;
  • general weakness;
  • anemia of unclear etiology;
  • family polyposis

At Ishtar Clinic you can perform a Gastroscopy without fear and unpleasant feelings – with anesthesia.

Gastroscopy in our clinic is:

  • short-term anesthesia;
  • qualitative;
  • comfortable;
  • ability to perform chromoscopy. We work on modern Olympus cv-180 equipment;
  • H.Pylori test;
  • the possibility of biopsy sampling and histological examination of the gastric mucosa.

Gastroscopy in our clinic is:

  • short-term anesthesia;
  • qualitative;
  • comfortable;
  • ability to perform chromoscopy. We work on modern Olympus cv-180 equipment;
  • H.Pylori test;
  • the possibility of biopsy sampling and histological examination of the gastric mucosa.

Surgical endoscopy

The clinic presents surgical endoscopy. During the endoscopic examination, if necessary, the doctor performs :

  • the removal of polyps;
  • ablation of abnormal mucous membranes;
  • EMR (endoscopic resection of the mucous membrane);
  • ESD (endoscopic dissection of the mucous layer).

Colonoscopy at Ishtar Clinic

Colonoscopy is one of the most accurate methods that allows you to obtain comprehensive information about the condition of the large intestine and identify various diseases and cancers at the earliest stages of development. The examination is performed using a colonoscope – a flexible tube with a video camera on the end.

  • Indications for colonoscopy are:

    • the presence of blood in the feces;
    • chronic constipation or diarrhea;
    • prolonged lower abdominal pain;
    • general weakness;
    • weight loss;
    • anemia of unclear etiology;
    • family polyposis;
    • Non-specific ulcerative colitis (NLC);
    • Crohn’s disease

    Colonoscopy in our clinic is

    • short-term anesthesia;
    • qualitative;
    • painless;
    • biopsy sampling and histological examination of the gastric mucosa;
    • simultaneous surgical removal of neoplasms, polyps, dysplasia, if necessary;
    • carrying out additional manipulations: administration of medicines, rehabilitation of diverticula, etc.

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