Endoscopy

What is an endoscopy?

An Endoscopy is a procedure where the surgeon uses specialized instruments to examine and operate on the body’s internal organs and vessels. It helps doctors to see issues inside the body without making large incisions. A surgeon inserts an endoscope through a small cut or a natural opening in the body. An endoscope is a flexible tube with a camera attached to it that lets your doctor see. Your doctor can control forceps and scissors at the end of the endoscope, to perform Biopsy operations.