Penn Medicine GI specialists perform colonoscopies as a routine procedure to evaluate gastrointestinal disorders.
Capsule endoscopy is a procedure that uses a tiny wireless camera to record images of the digestive tract to evaluate gastrointestinal disorders.
Our Gastroenterology specialists provide a comprehensive evaluation to determine accurate diagnosis and develop appropriate treatment plans.
Penn Medicine provides gastroenterology surgery consultation for a full range of conditions.
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, or ERCP, is a specialized technique used to study the bile ducts, pancreatic duct and gallbladder to diagnose and treat problems of the digestive system.
Esophageal testing or manometry is a procedure that detects abnormalities that can result in pain, heartburn, and/or difficulty swallowing.
A flexible sigmoidoscopy examines the lining of the rectum and the sigmoid colon through a flexible tube called a sigmoidoscope.
A lower endoscopic ultrasound allows your doctor to examine the wall of the rectum and sigmoid colon through a flexible tube with an ultrasound device on its tip.
An upper endoscopic ultrasound is a procedure that examines the lining of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum or pancreas through a flexible tube with an ultrasound device on its tip.
Our GI team will perform an upper GI endoscopy and will send results to your referring provider.
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