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Most Popular Procedures
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Colonoscopy.com is also here to educate and equip you with knowledge so you make the best decision for your health. See our Recent Colonoscopy News feed to find out what GI (gastrointestinal) doctors are talking about. In case you did not know, the colonoscopy procedure is most often performed by a medical professional called a gastroenterologist. These physicians are specialists who treat conditions relating to the digestive tract, and they have dedicated years to learning about colonoscopy and educating themselves on proper techniques necessary to maintain colon health.
All the medical information posted on our website has been reviewed and given a stamp of approval by esteemed doctors specializing in all matters of the digestive tract. In addition, we have recently started to build a library of colonoscopy videos that will help you to understand colon cancer, colonoscopy, virtual colonoscopy and other GI procedures in the simplest way possible. The videos are created by the featured physicians from our network, and they’re very informative. To learn more about colonoscopy videos, please visit Colonoscopy.com’s video directory.