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What conditions are diagnosed with an upper digestive tract endoscopy?

Some common conditions are diagnosed with endoscopy. If your doctor suspects that you have one of these conditions and you do not respond to treatment, they may order an endoscopy:

  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Acid reflux)
  • H. Pylori (an infection that leads to stomach pain)
  • Gastric ulcer (a hole in the stomach wall that leads to pain and blood loss)
  • Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach)
  • Gastric obstruction (a blockage of your stomach that leads to vomiting)

What happens during an endoscopy?

Why would my doctor perform an upper digestive tract endoscopy?

What are biopsies and why are biopsies taken during an endoscopy?

How long does an upper digestive tract endoscopy with biopsy take?

How do you feel after an upper digestive tract endoscopy?

How long does it take to get the results of an upper digestive tract endoscopy and biopsy?

* Savings estimate based on a study of more than 1 billion claims comparing self-pay (or cash pay) prices of a frequency-weighted market basket of procedures to insurer-negotiated rates for the same. Claims were collected between July 2017 and July 2019. R.Lawrence Van Horn, Arthur Laffer, Robert L.Metcalf. 2019. The Transformative Potential for Price Transparency in Healthcare: Benefits for Consumers and Providers. Health Management Policy and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 3.

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