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Brandywine Gi Associates

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213 Reeceville Rd.
Coatesville, PA 19320
(484) 784-6524
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  • Brandywine GI Associates has been serving Brandywine Valley for over 40 years. Our practice serves many regions in the Philadelphia tri-state area and Maryland, including Brandywine Valley. Our practice is devoted to giving you the excellent care that you deserveColonoscopy is a procedure in which a trained specialist uses a long, flexible, narrow tube with a light and tiny camera on one end, called a colonoscope or scope, to look inside your rectum and colon. Colonoscopy can show irritated and swollen tissue, ulcers, polyps, and cancer. Upper GI endoscopy is a procedure in which a doctor uses an endoscopea long, flexible tube with a camerato see the lining of your upper GI tract. A gastroenterologist, surgeon, or other trained health care provider performs the procedure, most often while you receive light sedation. Your doctor may also call the procedure an EGD or esophagogastroduodenoscopy. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is a procedure that combines upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy and x rays to treat problems of the bile and pancreatic ducts. ERCP is also used to diagnose problems, but the availability of non-invasive tests such as magnetic resonance cholangiography has allowed ERCP to be used primarily for cases in which it is expected that treatment will be delivered during the procedure. A liver biopsy is a procedure that involves taking a small piece of liver tissue for examination with a microscope for signs of damage or disease. The three types of liver biopsy are the following: --Percutaneous biopsythe most common type of liver biopsyinvolves inserting a hollow needle through the abdomen into the liver. The abdomen is the area between the chest and hips.--Transvenous biopsy involves making a small incision in the neck and inserting a needle through a hollow tube called a sheath through the jugular vein to the liver.--Laparoscopic biopsy involves inserting a laparoscope, a thin tube with a tiny video camera attached, through a small incision to look inside the body to view the surface of organs. The health care provider will insert a needle through a plastic, tubelike instrument called a cannula to remove the liver tissue sample.