What is Gastroenterology?
Gastroenterology is the science of digestive system diseases. This specialist in this branch is a gastroenterologist.

Intestinal tract, the system consisting of: stomach, small intestines, large intestines, liver, gall bladder, pancreas organs; these organs are seeking solutions for known diseases such as ulcers, gastritis, jaundice, cirrhosis, spastic colon (IBS), bile duct stones and inflammation, gastrointestinal cancers, hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids). Department of Gastroenterology, Hospital Akademi holds an endoscopic unit that prepares patients for endoscopic examinations and procedures also provides ideal conditions for both patients and for doctors and medical staff.

Diagnosis and treatment of internal diseases, which are among the most common diseases today, vary according to disease type. The fact that these diagnoses and treatments can be done correctly and carefully affects the progression and the possibility of treating the disease positively.

It is the safety of the Academy Hospital to ensure that diagnoses are performed correctly and quickly with our advanced technological equipment and experienced physicians. The tests to be performed and endoscopic examinations and procedures to be followed in implementing the highest standards, taking into account the patient’s comfort and hygiene.

Performance and conditions:

  1. Video Gastroscopy
  2. Video Colonoscopy
  3. The esophageal-gastro-duodeno-scopy
  4. Rectosigmoidoscopy
  5. Gastroscopy

It is a process of examining the upper part of the digestive system with the help of a thin and curlable tube called a gastroscope. This process is performed by various physicians, such as upper gastrointestinal system endoscopy, esophago-gastro duodenoscopy or panendoscopy. During this procedure, the food tube, the stomach and the duodenum can be examined, and photos of internal organs can be taken if necessary. This includes diverticula, diabetic cancers, gastric hernia (reflux), midge polyps, stomach cancer, gastritis, etc. the diseases can be diagnosed and differentiated.

Recording method of the small intestine and bowel dried by means of setting up the camera to the top. Enter is through the anal sphincter and the recording region is the entire colon, the small intestine, a contiguous portion of the colon.

Sigmoidoscopy is the examination given to the examination of the proximal part of the large intestine. Before operation, the intestines must be cleansed with the laxative. Colon (thick bowel) is the most reliable method for diagnosing cancer. Also; polyp and similar pre-cancer lesions. It is recommended to make everyone who is over 50 years old to be protected from colon cancer. Those with colon cancer in close relatives should have colonoscopy 10 years before the youngest cancer patient in the family. The great majority of colon cancers develop on benign tumors called polyps. Appropriate colonoscopy, allows the detection and removal of polyps in the stage before cancer develops (polypectomy). In this way, it will save patients both cancer and surgery. Polyps taken from the thick intestine should have follow-up colonoscopy every 1 to 3 years according to the polypin features. It is also used in the diagnosis and follow-up of non-cancer large bowel diseases such as colonoscopy, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease. Colonoscopy can relieve patients from surgery by providing diagnosis and treatment of large intestinal bleeds.