An upper endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure that uses a scope and camera to inspect the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum to diagnose GI symptoms.
A colonoscopy is an endoscopic exam to assess the lining of the colon, test for cancer or tumors, and diagnose various gastrointestinal conditions.
A mass excision is a surgical procedure to remove an abnormal mass or growth, such as a tumor, for diagnostic purposes or as part of a treatment plan.
A hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove hemorrhoids that are extensive or severe when less invasive treatment options are unsuccessful.
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