esophagogastroduodenoscopy

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e·soph·a·go·gas·tro·du·o·de·nos·co·py

n. esofagogastroduodenoscopía, examen del estómago, esófago y duodeno por medio de un endoscopio.

esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD)

n esofagogastroduodenoscopia, endoscopia digestiva alta
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Esophagoscopy under general anesthesia for any mass found and its histopathological studies.
Barium swallow, esophagoscopy and manometry are needed to diagnose achalasia and should be considered besides the preliminary investigations for diagnosis.
A detailed history, a thorough examination, x-ray chest, Barium swallow examination and esophagoscopy are all required to know the exact level and length of stricture.
39) The development of ultrathin flexible esophagoscopes has made transnasal esophagoscopy possible, which allows for office-based evaluation and treatment of esophageal pathology.
He was taken into surgery, where the doctors performed an esophagoscopy, pulling out the Star of David.
If the patient cannot swallow saliva, then take the patient to surgery under general anesthesia and endotracheal tube and attempt extraction of esophageal food impaction with flexible esophagoscopy under fluoroscopy.
Esophagoscopy demonstrated two hypopharyngeal webs (figure, B), which were dilated with two 20 Fr balloons.
During esophagoscopy performed by a gastroenterologist, a toy car and small teddy bear were removed.
Esophagoscopy showed smooth impression in the posterior aspect of the lower esophagus.
The challenge of esophagoscopy in infants with open safety pin in the esophagus: Report of two cases.
If veterinarians have concerns and think your cat needs further diagnostics or if he doesn't respond to therapy, they may refer you to an internal medicine specialist to perform esophagoscopy to rule out other conditions with similar signs, such as the presence of a foreign body in the esophagus, or a mouth or throat disease.
If they believe additional diagnostics are needed or your dog doesn't respond to therapy, they may refer you to an internal medicine specialist to perform esophagoscopy to rule out other conditions, such as a foreign body in the esophagus or a mouth or throat disease.