Interventional Endoscopy

Interventional endoscopy is a minimally invasive strategy that includes the utilization of a thin, flexible tube that is outfitted with a camera and light at its tip. The endoscope is embedded either in the mouth or rectum and went through the throat or entrails to make shading pictures of the throat and intestinal tract. It likewise can be utilized to make pictures of surrounding organs, for example, the pancreas.

  • Dysplasia
  • Gall stones
  • Placement of bile duct stents
  • Endoscopic dilatation of a bile duct stricture
  • Removal of stones from the bile duct
  • Pancreatic duct stents

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