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The endoscope is a device with a small and light camera at its end, at the length of approximately 1 meter and at the thickness of a finger. 

Endoscopy is the examination of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum and large intestine by means of this device.

Endoscopy has been a very important method for the examination of digestive system diseases for many years, and with the development of technology, the quality and variety of the devices used for endoscopy application are also increasing.

Endoscopy can be applied for diagnostic purposes as well as for treatment purposes.

The most important factor affecting the success of endoscopy is its application to the right patient and by means of specialists.

In which cases is it applied?

Endoscopy can be applied due to many symptoms.

Endoscopy procedure is applied in the diagnosis of patients with complaints such as 

  • Gallstones 
  • Tumors 
  • Abnormal bleeding 
  • Difficulty in swallowing 
  • Esophageal obstruction 
  • Heartburn 
  • Reflux 
  • Burning in chest 
  • Intense and persistent abdominal pain 
  • Lingering nausea 
  • Lingering diarrhea and constipation 
  • Weight loss for an unknown reason 
  • Gastric ulcer 
  • Infections 
  • Pancreatitis.