My Guide to Endoscopies for Crohn’s, Part 1

My Guide to Endoscopies for Crohn’s, Part 1
lisa burks First in a series. Gastroenterologists order several different tests so that they can get a better overall picture of your Crohn’s disease. Endoscopies are the most common tests, and the three main types are upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, and a pill camera (or capsule) endoscopy. In this series, I will explain each endoscopy and what to expect if your doctor orders one for you.

What is an endoscopy?

An endoscopy involves a thin, flexible tube
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