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Department of Gastroenterolgy

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Upper GI Endoscopy


  • Treating diffused mucosal bleed
  • Dilation of narrowed food pipe (Balloon dilation of stricture and achalasia cardia)
  • Metallic stenting of narrowed segments of food pipe or stomach
  • Removal of polyps (polypectomy)
  • Creating alternative pathway for feeding directly to stomach (PEG) or small intestine (PEG-J)
  • Draining fluid collections though stomach (Cystogastrostomy) in patients with pancreatitis

Diagnostic upper GI endoscopy is done to detect

  • Ulcers
  • Abnormal growths
  • Obstruction
  • Inflammation
  • Hiatal hernia
  • source of bleeding
  • tissue samples (biopsy) are also taken during endoscopy and sent for pathological examination to confirm the diagnosis

The following therapeutic (treatment) procedures are also performed through upper GI endoscopy:

  • Foreign body removal
  • Treat bleeding ulcers by
    • injection of medication (injection therapy)
    • application of heat (coagulation) or
    • application of clips (hemoclips) to the bleeding vessel
    • Treat bleeding varices (engorged veins in liver disease) by applying plastic rings (EVL)
    • Glue injection for gastric varix


    Enteroscopy is a procedure used to examine the small intestine (small bowel).

    Why is this test performed?

    This test is most often performed to help diagnose diseases of the small intestines. It may be done if you have:

    • Unexplained diarrhoea
    • Unexplained gastrointestinal bleeding
    • Abnormal barium meal follow through (BMFT) or CT enteroclysis reports
    • Tumours in the small intestines

    How is the test performed?

    A thin, flexible tube (endoscope) is inserted through the mouth or nose and into the upper gastrointestinal tract. During a single-balloon enteroscopy, balloon attached to the endoscope can be inflated to allow the doctor to view the entire small bowel. Tissue samples removed during enteroscopy are sent to the laboratory for examination.



    Colonoscopy can be used to:

    • Remove polyps (polypectomy)
    • Dilate narrowed segments (stricture dilation) of large intestine and place metallic stents across them (colonic stenting)
    • Banding for haemorrhoids (piles banding)

    How is colonoscopy performed?

    During colonoscopy, patients lie on their left side on an examination table. The doctor inserts a long, flexible, lighted tube called a colonoscope, into the anus and slowly guides it through the rectum and into the colon. The scope inflates the large intestine with carbon dioxide gas to give the doctor a better view. A small camera mounted on the scope transmits a video image from inside the large intestine to a computer screen, allowing the doctor to carefully examine the intestinal lining. The doctor may ask the patient to move periodically so the scope can be adjusted for better viewing.

    Once the scope has reached the opening to the small intestine, it is slowly withdrawn and the lining of the large intestine is carefully examined again. Bleeding and puncture of the large intestine are possible but they are uncommon complications during colonoscopy.

Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Sundeep Goyal
Education:MBBS, MD, DM (Gastroenterology)
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