What is Interventional Endoscopy?
Interventional endoscopy is an image-guided therapeutic procedure using a variety of sizes and types of endoscopes. Endoscopes give the veterinarian direct visualization of structures inside the body including the nasal cavity, upper and lower respiratory tracts, gastrointestinal tracts, and the lower urinary tract.
Examples include removing foreign bodies, nasal tumors, stomach and rectal polyps, bladder stones, and bladder and urethral masses or polyps. These procedures can replace traditional open surgeries and give access to areas that are difficult to reach.
Minimally invasive image-guided interventions are becoming the next level of improved patient care. These techniques result in less pain, quicker recovery and fewer complications. Pet owners today are embracing minimally invasive procedures and we are excited to provide these innovative technologies.
Interventional Endoscopy Procedures
Esophageal Foreign Body Removal
Gastric Foreign Body Removal
Nasal Foreign Body Removal
Nasal Mass Debulking
Artificial Urethral Sphincter
Bladder Polyp Laser Ablation
Bladder Polyp Polypectomy Snare
Bladder Stones Laser Lithotripsy
Bladder TCC Resectoscope Removal
Ectopic Ureter Ablation
Paramesonephric Remnant Laser Ablation
Small Bladder Mass Debulking
Urachal Diverticulum Laser Ablation
Urethral Bulking Implants
Urethral Mass Debulking
Urethral Stones Laser Lithotripsy
Urethral TCC Resectoscope Debulking
Vestibulovaginal Band Laser Ablation