Procedures

  • Biopsies (Brush Cytology and Bacterial Sampling)

    A biopsy is a diagnostic procedure to evaluate unusual growths or suspicious tissue in the body. The procedure involves removal of a piece of tissue or cells from the area of concern which are sent to a laboratory for microscopic examination.

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  • Colon Cancer Screening

    Colon cancer is cancer in the lowest part of the digestive system, the large intestine or colon. Cancer occurs when cells in the body grow abnormally out of control.

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  • Colonoscopy

    Colonoscopy is an endoscopic procedure used to view the large intestine (colon and rectum) using an instrument called colonoscope (a flexible tube with a small camera and lens attached at one end). The procedure can detect inflamed tissue, ulcers, and abnormal growths.

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  • Fibroscan

    Fibroscan or transient elastography is a non-invasive imaging technique that uses ultrasound to diagnose liver scarring (fibrosis). Fibroscan easily measures the degree of fibrotic tissue that appears harder than normal liver tissue.

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  • Gastroscopy

    Upper GI endoscopy can be helpful in the evaluation or diagnosis of various problems, including difficult or painful swallowing, pain in the stomach or abdomen, bleeding ulcers, and tumors.

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  • Management of Acute and Chronic Liver Disease

    The liver is the largest organ in the body, located in the upper right portion of the abdomen. It is one of the vital organs which regulates various bodily functions and supports the normal functioning of other organs in the body, as well.

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  • Nutrition and PEG Tube Insertion and Management

    A feeding tube is a device that delivers liquid nutritional formula directly to the stomach in patients unable to feed themselves. It is also used to deliver medicines to the stomach or to remove gas or fluids from the stomach when necessary.

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  • Obalon (Weight Loss Pill) for Weight Reduction

    The Obalon Balloon System is a non-surgical weight loss method that uses swallowable balloons combined with a medically-supervised diet and exercise programme to help obese individuals lose excess body fat. The balloons make you feel full and limit your food intake.

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  • Single Balloon Enteroscopy

    Enteroscopy is a procedure that uses an endoscope to examine the stomach and intestine. The endoscope is a long, thin, flexible tube with a tiny video camera and light at the end. Images from the camera are transmitted to a large monitor for your physician to view the inside of your bowel.

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  • Sigmoidoscopy

    Sigmoidoscopy is a diagnostic procedure performed with lighted viewing tubes called scopes introduced through the anus to inspect the lower end of the large intestine (sigmoid colon).

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  • STRETTA Treatment for Reflux (GERD)

    Stretta treatment is a non-surgical method that uses radiofrequency energy to treat reflux or GERD. The lower oesophageal sphincter (LES) is a ring of muscle fibres that surrounds the lower-most end of the oesophagus where it joins the stomach.

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  • Video Capsule Endoscopy for Small Bowel Disease Investigations

    Video capsule endoscopy is a non-invasive technology that uses a computerised capsule (resistant to stomach enzymes) to visualise the entire gastrointestinal tract. The capsule is about the size of a vitamin tablet and contains a battery, a transmitter, an LED light source and a colour video camera.

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