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For those suffering from more complex disorders of the digestive tract, advanced endoscopic services are available to diagnose, evaluate and treat these disorders. Our gastroenterology team includes experts and specialists trained in minimally invasive, interventional and therapeutic endoscopy procedures that minimize risk and offer patients less invasive treatment options.
If you have been diagnosed with a disorder of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, bile duct or pancreas, talk to your doctor about advanced endoscopy evaluation and treatment options.
Advanced Endoscopy Procedures
Endoscopic resections are complex, advanced techniques used to remove different sizes of pre-cancerous growths, tumors or polyps, preventing the need for surgery.
Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)
A procedure that allows the doctor to diagnose and treat problems in the liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas. The doctor can examine these organs to detect any abnormalities and perform specific intervention and treatment.
Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)
Endoscopic ultrasound uses a specialized endoscope (tube-like camera) and sound waves to examine the walls of the esophagus, stomach and intestine, as well as structures near the GI tract in addition to performing other intervention such as draining large cysts of the pancreas.
Additional Advanced Endoscopy Procedures
Esophageal, Enteral and Colonic Stents Placement
Stents assists in relieving obstruction of the GI tract related to cancerous growths or narrowing of the tract due to scarring. Stents also help manage leaks from certain parts of the GI tract due to holes from tumors or as a result of the prior intervention.
Endoscopic Incisional Therapy
This is a technique used to help treat narrowing and strictures in the esophagus related to fibrous rings and acid-related damages and from prior surgery.
Diagnostic evaluation and therapeutic interventions in small bowel lesions, particularly the treatment of bleeding lesions and tissue acquisition for diagnosis.