Upper Endoscopy

What Is An Upper Endoscopy?

An upper endoscopy is a procedure that is conducted in order to visually examine the upper portion of the digestive system by using a small camera attached to a tube, much like a colonoscopy.

How Can An Upper Endoscopy Help?

The purpose of an upper endoscopy is to conduct a more thorough and accurate diagnosis for certain conditions, possibly even treating them. Using specialized medical tools, your doctor can treat conditions by passing them through the endoscope and into the affected area for appropriate action.

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