Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine that encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of the digestive system and its disorders. Every gastrointestinal system disease, from simple and complex, is treated with care at Manipal hospitals, Varthur, to provide the best outcome for patients.
Manipal hospitals, Varthur, believe in providing the highest quality of treatment to each patient. The gastroenterology department at the hospital consists of a team of highly experienced gastroenterologists, trained nurses, nutritionists, and other paramedical staff. Manipal hospitals, Varthur, is known to provide successful results with the best clinical excellence. We utilize modern technologies and advanced laparoscopic along with conventional gastroenterology techniques to treat various gastrointestinal disorders. We at Manipal Hospital, Varthur, provide comprehensive high-end care to the patients for diagnosis and treatment of extensive gastrointestinal, pancreatic, liver, and biliary disorders. Consult with our best gastroenterologist in Varthur Road.
ECRP is a technique used to diagnose and treat problems in the gallbladder, liver, pancreas, and bile ducts. It combines endoscopy with the X-ray technique.Read More
Manometry is the diagnostic test that measures the strength and pressure within various parts of the gastrointestinal tract. It involves passing a catheter through the mouth or anus, depending on the organ to be tested. It is mainly carried out to test the normal functioning and problems in the oesophagus while swallowing or to evaluate the health…Read More
This test is used to detect the amount of hydrogen released in your breath after you consume a sugar solution. It is done to test for bacterial growth and intolerance to lactose, fructose, or sucrose. Poor digestion of lactose or glucose leads to the higher production of hydrogen values. A higher value indicates a problem due to bacterial growth or…Read More
OGD is a visual test of the oesophagus and stomach. It is also called gastroscopy. It is performed to determine the cause of symptoms in the stomach and oesophagus and help with the treatment.Read More
It involves an endoscopic examination of the colon and rectum. It is performed using an instrument called a colonoscope. It is done to investigate the intestinal sign and symptoms, screen for colon cancer, and look for polyps or ulceration.Read More
It is a diagnostic technique in which sound waves are used to obtain images of the internal digestive tract and surrounding tissue and organs. It is done to evaluate chronic pancreatitis, tumours, cysts, stages of cancer, bumps in intestinal walls, study muscles of the lower rectum, anal canal, abnormalities in the liver and gall bladder.Read More
The inflammation of the pancreas which appears suddenly and lasts for days is known as acute pancreatitis. Abdominal pain is the main symptom of acute pancreatitis. The condition usually settles in a few days, but sometimes it may worsen. The two most common causes are alcohol abuse and gallstones. Severe pancreatitis can lead to several life-threatening…Read More
This test is performed using a trace amount of radioactive material to check for liver and spleen abnormalities. It is also called as Liver-Spleen test. Liver scans are completely safe and painless. In this technique, a radiologist injects a tiny amount of radioactive material (tracer) through an IV tube which gets collected in the liver and spleen.…Read More
Endoscopy is the procedure that is used to look inside the body. It is performed in pregnant women only when there are no other ways of diagnosis, as it can endanger the foetus leading to foetal hypoxia, which is life-threatening.Read More
Manipal hospitals, Varthur, have the required infrastructure, medical and paramedical staff to treat diseases related to the gastrointestinal system, including GERD, pancreatitis, irritable bowel syndrome, gall stones, inflammatory bowel disease, haemorrhoids, gastrointestinal cancer, cholecystitis, liver transplantation, and liver and biliary diseases.
The gastroenterology department of the Manipal hospitals, Varthur, is a one-stop solution for advanced diagnosis and treatment for all the diseases related to the GI tract. Some of the facilities available at the hospitals are emergency services, pathological laboratory, imaging techniques, operation theatres, and intensive care units.
Your first visit will allow your gastroenterologist to evaluate your symptoms. As part of that consultation, your gastroenterologist may request additional tests or procedures, such as blood tests, imaging studies, or endoscopic examinations for diagnosis or treatment.
Digestive conditions can be frustrating and worrying, and it reduces the quality of life. Manipal Hospitals stand for quick recovery through the least invasive, most appropriate, and advanced treatment available. Contact us to know more about digestive and liver problems and book an appointment with one of our gastrointestinal specialists today.