Endoscopic( endoscopic) and endosonography of the pancreas

August 12, 2017 15:30 | Pancreatitis

Endourosis of the pancreas Qualitatively conducted endoscopy allows revealing pathologies in the development of the pancreas and preventing the appearance of such a serious disease as acute pancreatitis.Conducting an endoscopic examination implies a short period of fasting, as the patient's stomach, during the procedure, should be empty.30 minutes before the start of endosurgery, the endoscopist, with the help of intramuscular premedication, checks the patient for an allergic reaction to certain drugs and, in case of her absence, finally confirms the safety of the proposed procedure.


EndoUZI has an incredible sensitivity in detecting tumors of the primary type.In addition, ultrasound can accurately determine the place where pancreatic gastrinoma is localized, as well as determine the procedure for effective treatment.Negative results of endoscopic ultrasound of the pancreas testify to the presence of the patient's extrapancreatic gastrinoma.In this case, the patient is assigned duodenotomy, which is carried out only in a hospit

al and only by an experienced specialist.

Endosonography of the pancreas

Endosonography of the pancreas Endosonography is considered to be one of the most effective methods for diagnosing the pancreas and allows not only to detect pathological abnormalities in its development, but also to predict the possible appearance of lympho-regional metastases.With the help of endosonography, a specialist can detect tumors inaccessible to normal ultrasound and determine the probability of invasion of malignant cells into vascular structures.


Endosonography of the pancreas provides a qualitative control of the fine needle puncture performed to obtain tissue samples from the pathological area of ​​the organ.In general, this method of diagnosis is quite universal, but its use for the detection of pancreatic pathologies should be made only by highly qualified specialists able to adequately evaluate the results and use them to develop a method of treating the patient.The use of professional endosonographic equipment does not have any negative consequences and is therefore absolutely safe for human health.X-ray effects are also completely absent.