Medical Gastroenterology

Medical Gastroenterology

PRK Hospitals offers modern techniques and equipment to diagnose and treat diseases related to the digestive system. We assure that patients will receive the best care for a wide variety of Gastroenterology treatments. Our Gastroenterology services sum up the prevention and diagnosis of various treatments of the Digestive tract, stomach, duodenum, gallbladder, pancreas, etc.

We implement more advanced procedures at PRK Hospitals striving to provide compassionate and timely care to the patients. We have a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, technicians, and other who works round the clock committed to the well-being of the patients.

We follow procedures like Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Flexible Sigmoidoscopy, Enteroscopy, and Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography in the gastroenterology treatment process.

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    What is Gastroenterology?

    Gastroenterology is a specialized area of medicine that focuses on the GI Tract. The study, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders in the digestive system are called Gastroenterology. This disorder may affect the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, liver, etc. Gastroenterologists are those who treat all these diseases regarding the GI tract.

    When you first visit a gastroenterologist with your symptoms they refer to various tests like blood tests, imaging studies, endoscopic examinations, etc. With the endoscopic tests, the doctors are able to see the inner lining of the digestive tract. A flexible fiber-optic tube with a tiny camera is sent inside for the examination.

    Tests involved in Gastroenterology:

    1. Anorectal functioning tests
    2. Radionuclide gastric and intestinal transit studies
    3. 24-hour pH monitoring
    4. Esophageal
    5. Gastroduodenal and colonic motility
    6. Ambulatory motility recordings and provocative testing.

    Here are a few signs and symptoms that your body is warning you to meet a gastroenterologist:

    Abnormal Bowel Movements: Constipation is a sign to see a gastroenterologist. If you observe fewer than three bowel movements per week or less you need to visit the doctor.

    Rectal Bleeding: When you are passing stool if you observe any bleeding from the rectal tract you need to visit the doctor immediately.

    Heartburn: Occasional heartburn is not that serious but, if you experience this very frequently then it is time to meet gastroenterology.

    Abdominal Pain: If you observe a very frequent pain in the abdomen or bloating in the abdomen which discomforts you, then meet the specialist.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    If you are over the age of 45, you should visit a gastroenterologist to have a screening colonoscopy. Other than this very important screening, you might choose to see a gastroenterologist if you are suffering with gastrointestinal symptoms such as cramping, pain, discomfort or sudden changes in bowel movements.

    Unless instructed otherwise, such as when undergoing a diagnostic test such as a colonoscopy, you are free to eat as you would normally prior to your gastroenterology appointment.

    The most common signs and symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders include stomach pain, significant heartburn or reflux, weight loss or gain, changes in bowels or blood in stool.

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