An anorectal manometry is a diagnostic test to evaluate patients who have chronic constipation or fecal incontinence.
A capsule endoscopy is a procedure that uses a pill-sized wireless camera to visually examine the inside lining of the three portions of the small intestine.
Colonoscopy is a diagnostic procedure performed to examine the inner lining of the colon, also known as the large intestine, and the rectum.
ERCP is a diagnostic procedure that detects problems in the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and bile ducts, the tube-like structures that carry bile throughout the liver and aid in the digestion of food.
An esophageal dilatation is a procedure performed to resolve an esophageal, stomach or small bowel stricture and restore normal flow by stretching open the blocked area.
An esophageal manometry is a diagnostic test used to measure the pressure inside the lower part of the esophagus and determine if it is contracting properly.
Fecal transplantation involves transplanting donor stool from a healthy individual to a sick patient.
Hydrogen breath testing
Hydrogen breath tests are used to diagnose small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and/or dietary carbohydrate intolerance.
A liver biopsy is a diagnostic procedure used to examine liver tissue and determine the cause of any abnormalities. This procedure is often performed after another test, such as a blood test, indicates a problem within the liver.
A pH/impedance probe is a diagnostic technique used to determine the severity of gastroesophageal reflux disease in children and adults.
Upper endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure used to visually examine and diagnose certain conditions of the upper gastrointestinal, or digestive tract.