Procedures

Looking for medical information related to colonoscopy and related medical procedures? Look no further! We have plenty of free medical information that has been reviewed by medical professionals. We’ve got the information on everything from traditional colonoscopies to CT scans. Just click a link below to get more information.

You have come to the right place if you are considering getting a colonoscopy or are looking for related medical info.  Our information about colonoscopy has been reviewed by a colonoscopy professional.   Hopefully we’ll be able to get rid of any confusion or common myths related to colonoscopy.

Are you unsure of the differences between a virtual colonoscopy and colonoscopy? Just check out our doctor reviewed information about the most common colonoscopy related procedures.  By developing a good understanding of colonoscopy related medical procedures, you can get a better idea of the steps you can take to help stay healthy and potentially minimize risks associated with colon and bowel conditions.

Although medical professionals recommend getting a traditional colonoscopy every 10 years, you may also limit your colon health risks by getting another procedure or combination of other medical procedures.  For instance, sometimes patients undergo virtual colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy as opposed to a conventional colonoscopy.

There are a number of related medical procedures that can help limit the risk of colorectal cancer or other medical conditions.  By getting regular colonoscopy procedures you may be able to remove polyps from your colon which can then be biopsied or screened for cancer.  There are also screening tests such as a fecal occult blood test or fecal immunochemical test which can be used to diagnose more specific health problems related to the colon or bowels.

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