Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy (colonoscopy)

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Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica, Vizyis-Vyzantos 1, Thessaloniki, Greece

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Upper and lower GI endoscopies: Procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in the oesophagus, stomach , duodenum and colon.

Not included:

  • Histopathological examination of diseased tissue
  • Patient's transportation with ambulance
  • Treatment in Intesive Care Unit


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Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica
Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy (colonoscopy)
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Upper and lower GI endoscopies: Procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in the oesophagus, stomach , duodenum and colon.

Not included:

  • Histopathological examination of diseased tissue
  • Patient's transportation with ambulance
  • Treatment in Intesive Care Unit
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