Colonoscopy

Several diseases of the digestive tract are curable if caught early enough, and colonoscopy is a key part of that intervention process. Colonoscopy allows endoscopy staff to look at the rectum and colon via a thin, flexible tube with a small camera attached that shows polyps, ulcers, tumors, inflammation and bleeding. Tissue samples can be biopsied during this process, and polyps can be removed.


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