What is Endoscopy?
Endoscopy is the general name of the method of examining hollow tissues and organs in the human body without incision with a flexible instrument called “endoscope”, with a camera and light at the end. In the Gastroenterology Department, endoscopy; It is the imaging process performed by entering the digestive cavities such as the mouth or anus. Endoscopy can be used for diagnostic purposes as well as for procedures that take samples from the body. In some cases, it can be used for treatment.