Therapeutic colonoscopy has replaced the need and scope of traditional open surgical procedures. The most common use of therapeutic colonoscopy involves ablation, decompression, hemostasis, and resection.
The endoscopic examination takes place through a CCD or fiber optics camera that scans a large part of the bowel region. This process takes place with precision, and there are no risks involved.
Colonoscopy has an advantage over other methods where the whole colon region will get examined instead of the specific parts.
The procedure involves examining and checking whether there are any polyps or not. After removing polyps (if any), our doctor will identify the same if there are any cancerous tissues or not.