Gastroscopy

Gastroscopy is an internal examination of the lining of the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, and duodenum) using special devices - endoscopes, in this case, a gastroscope - a flexible tubular device with an optical system and a light source. At dr. Kilda's Clinic, these tests are performed by highly qualified gastroenterologists using an exclusive quality endoscopic video system from the Japanese manufacturer Fujifilm. Endoscopic equipment is characterized by high resolution so that visible, even minimal, lesions are precisely detected.

Gastroscopy should be performed if the patient complains of pain or discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract, rapid weight loss, bleeding, pain on swallowing, vomiting, and in the presence of iron deficiency anemia if members of the family have been diagnosed with stomach or esophageal cancer. The test may be repeated to track the healing of previously found polyps, ulcers or tumors.

 is a very informative method of examining the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract to diagnose various esophageal diseases - esophageal erosion, reflux as well as various gastrointestinal diseases - ulcer, polyps, tumors. The test is fast and very accurate, with 98% to 100% diagnostic accuracy. A gastrointestinal examination is necessary to make an accurate diagnosis and to prescribe effective treatment.

This test may include biopsy, removal of the polyp, or urease test for Helicobacter pylori infection. H pylori infection is one of the most common human bacterial infections in the world. H pylori bacterium causes gastrointestinal and duodenal diseases: erosion, ulcer, chronic gastritis, even gastric cancer.

At the patient's request, the examination is performed in complete anesthesia so that the patient does not feel pain.