How does An Endoscopy Work?


An endoscopy work using a endoscope to look inside the body to examine a hollow organ or cavity of the body. Unlike other medical utensils, the endoscope is typically inserted directly into the organ.
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An endoscopy works by being minimally invasive. When a surgery can be minimally invasive by only having a small insertion hole, you are prone to obtaining less bacteria illnesses. There is a camera on the end of one tube and another tube has the tools that the doctor uses to cut or sew.
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Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to examine someone's digestive tract. It is a flexible tube with a camera and light attached to it. A doctor can view pictures of the tract
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An endoscopy is an imaging technique that an Gastroenterologist doctor uses to see inside of the esophagus and stomach. It's a thin flexible tube with a light on the end. It's inserted
Not at all. I had one done with biopsies taken 3 years ago or so and they knocked me out, and I woke up pain free- not even a sore throat- in a recovery room where my first words
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