endoscopic surgery

Endoscopic surgery uses scopes going through small incisions or natural body openings in order to diagnose and treat disease.
Endoscopy is a procedure that uses specialized tools to view and operate on the internal organs and vessels of your body. This allows surgeons to view problems within your body without having to make large incisions.
When is an endoscopy used? To confirm a diagnosis
An endoscopy is often used to confirm a diagnosis when other devices, such as an MRI, X-ray, or CT scan are considered inappropriate.

Types of Endoscopy

Arthroscopy – is used to examine your joints. The scope is inserted through a small incision near the joint being examined.

Bronchoscopy – is used to examine your lungs. The scope is inserted into your nose or mouth.

Colonoscopy – is used to examine your colon. The scope is inserted through your anus.

Cystoscopy – is used to examine your bladder. The scope is inserted through your urethra, which is the hole through which you urinate.

Enteroscopy – is used to examine your small intestine. The scope is inserted through your mouth or anus.

Hysteroscopy – is used for the examining the inside of your uterus. The scope is inserted through your vagina.

Laparoscopy – is used to examine your abdominal or pelvic area. The scope is inserted through a small incision near the area that’s being examined.

Laryngoscopy – is used to examine your voice box, or larynx. The scope is inserted through your mouth or nostril.

Mediastinoscopy – is used to examine the area between the lungs called the “mediastinum.” The scope is inserted through an incision above your breastbone.

Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy – is used to examine your esophagus and upper intestinal tract. The scope is inserted through your mouth.

Ureteroscopy – is used to examine your ureter. The scope is inserted through your urethra.

minimally-invasive-

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