He is one of the best gastroenterology doctors I have ever visited. Took my uncle for stomach pain, the doctor did endoscopy & colonoscopy, diagnosed the problem as large intestine cancer, the doctor asked a...
The doctor is extremely professional and polite. He explains the problem patiently and does not prescribe unnecessary medication. He gives priority to the patient's well-being over everything. I Will definitely recommend him
I have referred/recommended a couple of my relatives and friends to this Dr (Dr. Srujan Kumar Dasyam). I say that the diagnosis and treatment are good and also Dr listens patiently in understanding the patient's...
Apoorva Reddy Panyala
Best Colonoscopy Clinic in Hyderabad
Colonoscopy is the most accurate test for colorectal cancers, proven to detect the disease early and save lives.
A colonoscopy is a procedure performed to look at the colon’s interior. The combination of large intestine and the end part of the digestive tract is referred to as colon. The colon dries, processes, and dumps the waste left after the small intestine has absorbed all the nutrients in food.
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Before you undergo a colonoscopy, you are required to cleanse your bowels. The bowel preparation method varies from person to person and hospital to hospital, so be sure to ask if there is any specific guidance for you. It’s important that you follow the directions given by your doctor, so that you don’t have to repeat the test.
The colonoscope has a small camera on its end and is connected to a monitor. This allows the gastroenterologist to see the colon through the instrument’s tip even when it is far inside the body.
It is completely normal for fluid and gas to escape through the rectum and anus during the procedure. The complete procedure can take anywhere between 30 minutes to 1 hour. In addition to simply viewing the insides of colon, the colonoscope is equipped with special attachments that allow the doctor to collect tissue samples or biopsies, remove small growths, and stop bleeding with laser, heat, or medication
1. Indications for colonoscopy are
- Bleeding from the anus
- Loose motions with blood in stool
- Pain in the lower abdomen
- CECT or ultrasound showing a mass in the colon
- Suspicion of ulcers in the small bowel
- Screening colonoscopy for the elderly for early detection of cancer/premalignant lesions
2.Therapeutic indication for colonoscopy are
- Endotherapy of bleeding ulcers
- Stenting of the colon in malignant obstruction