Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Colonoscopy
The advanced diagnostic imaging for diagnosis of conditions affecting the gastrointestinal system by well trained endoscopic imaging specialists
At present, incidences of gastric cancer, liver cancer and colon cancer are on the rise. Fortunately, modern imaging technology means that these cancers can often be diagnosed in their earlier stages before advancing or spreading to other organs. As a result, treatment and recovery rates from cancer are also higher than ever before. Depending on early detection and early treatment, which the goal of our Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Colonoscopy depending on.
Endoscopy is a method of imaging in which a camera is inserted carefully into the stomach and digestive tract, while colonoscopy is the same method employed in the colon and large intestine, giving doctors a clear, magnified view of the digestive tract. This gives them the ability to spot any abnormalities or disorders that may have otherwise been hidden and to precisely an appropriate program of treatment.
We recommend a yearly endoscopy or colonoscopy for anyone over 50 years of age or with a family history of gastrointestinal cancer. Although there are no signs of disorder or disease, but this will provides peace of mind and allow you to safeguard your health as well.