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The medical specialty that deals with the human digestive system, the liver & the GI tract, including the stomach, small and large intestines, rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, and their disorders is gastroenterology. The best gastroenterologists at our clinic in Howrah provide diagnosis and treatments of diseases and abnormalities of the various organs of the human gastrointestinal system. Our team of skilled GI doctors takes utmost care to provide both medicinal and surgical treatment using the most advanced instruments.

We offer quality services to diagnose and treat gastroenterology problems like ulcers, diarrhea, reflux diseases, constipation, and fatty liver, with efficiency. If you are having any of these common symptoms of the digestive system, you should not waste time and consult an experienced gastroenterologist right away. Our specialist gastroenterologists in Howrah also take initiative in educating the general people about different GI tract problems and disorders.

Gastroenterological Treatment Service:

What Is Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy?

Upper GI endoscopy is a medical procedure in which a gastroenterologist uses a 100 cm long flexible tube with a camera attached at the tip, called endoscope to see the inner part of the upper digestive system. Most of the time it is performed without sedation but for anxious or uncooperative patient it is done in light sedation. It is also called as EGD or esophagogastroduodenoscopy.

What is Colonoscopy?

This is a procedure to understand and check the condition of a patients Large Intestines. The name of the procedure is derived from the special type of tube which is inserted into the intestine to monitor its activities and to address the problem, the Colonoscope. This is a 4 foot long and flexible tube. It is one finger thick and has a camera and a light source at the top. The doctor, usually a gastroenterologist inserts the tip of the colonoscope through the patients anus and finally to the cecum.