Through veterinary endoscopy, internal organs and body parts can be inspected without needing invasive exploratory surgery. We utilize an endoscope with a flexible end at the Devashrya Animal Hospital so that it can be used to view organs like the stomach. It comprises an eyepiece, a control section, and a long, flexible insertion tube with a bending tip that enters the body.
Types of veterinary endoscopy:
- Examination of the lower airways by bronchoscopy.
- The transverse colon, ascending colon, cecum, large bowel, and rectum are all examined during a colonoscopy.
- Examining the esophagus, stomach, and upper intestines via endoscopy
- Arthroscopy: A procedure to examine the joint cartilage and soft tissue structures that are not apparent on radiographs.
- There are two benefits of arthroscopy over arthrotomy: less injury to the joint and faster healing (surgical exam of the joint). Its limitations during surgical procedures for diagnostic and remedial purposes on little patients are disadvantages.
- The vagina, urethral opening, urethra, bladder, and ureteral apertures are all examined during a cystoscopy.
- Laparoscopy: An examination of the abdominal cavity carried out through the navel or a tiny incision in the abdominal wall. In veterinary medicine, samples of the kidney and liver are taken during hepatic (liver) biopsy procedures.
- Proctoscopy: A procedure to examine the rectum and big bowel.
- Rhinoscopy: Examining the nasal passages and nasopharynx (junction between the nasal area and the back of the throat).
- Thoracoscopy: A chest cavity examination. Currently, this is not a common procedure in veterinary medicine.
What Makes Us The Best Fit!
Only a few agencies can compare to the depth of experience the Devashrya Animal Hospital has in human endoscopy over the past seven decades. With this information in mind, the company created endoscopic systems for all branches of veterinary medicine in partnership with veterinarians at universities, veterinary clinics, and practices.