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visual examination of the colon (with a colonoscope) from the cecum to the rectum

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Despite reports of successful colonoscopic appendectomy using the endo-loop ligation system, this approach may be harmful in patients who have partial intussusception (22-24).
Long-term follow-up of colonoscopic fecal microbiota transplant for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection.
Because the incidence of colonoscopic finding is low even in DIE (4%) (10).
Single site perforations are common during colonoscopic examination; however, the speed of pressure builds up following high-pressure insufflation with high flow rate resulting in multiple site colon injury (2, 9, 11).
After adjustment for multiple comparisons, a significant difference remained between the two groups about colonoscopic findings ( P = 0.040).
Preparation of the faeces for both methods is to liquidise the stool and blend it with saline or water, making a faecal suspension which is then filtered to remove any fibrous particles that may cause blockage of the NGT or colonoscopic channel.
Decision-making in the managementof colonoscopic perforation: a multicentre retrospective study.
Fiberoptic colonoscopic polypectomy in childhood: report and review of cases.
He explained that through colonoscopic screening, the bowel is screened to see if there is anything that could be the early sign of cancer like polyps."If it is removed early, the patient gets cured," he said.
Colonoscopists estimated the size of the polyp by using the open biopsy-forceps method or total removal size of the polyp after colonoscopic polypectomy.
Ho et al., "Prevention of colorectal cancer by colonoscopic polypectomy," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
The decision was made to do a colonoscopy for an attempt of colonoscopic decompression (Figure 2).