Upper GI ENDOSCOPY
Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to examine a person’s digestive tract. The procedure uses a long, thin and flexible tube called the endoscope, which has a light and camera attached to it. The camera captures coloured images of the interior of the organs or the body cavity and displays it on a monitor to be viewed by the doctor. The minimally-invasive endoscopy procedure involves inserting the endoscope into an opening of the body, such as the mouth, the nostrils. We perform our own Endoscopies.