An endoscopic ultrasound is an ultrasound machine on the end of a scope. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how it's used to look at body cavities near the digestive tract.

Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how an endoscopic ultrasound is used to diagnose pancreatic cancer and characterize pancreatic cysts.

Endoscopic ultrasounds can be used to diagnose lung disease. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains how the ultrasound machine can help doctors see lymph nodes in the chest in order to perform biopsies.

The complications of endoscopic ultrasound are similar to any other endoscopic procedure. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains how they are rare.

Endoscopic ultrasound can be used for pancreatic, common bile duct, lung and stomach conditions. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, describe how endoscopic ultrasounds are used to diagnose many conditions.

Generally, patients should not eat after midnight the day before their endoscopic ultrasound. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how patients should prepare for their endoscopic ultrasound if they're on blood thinners.

An endoscopy is a procedure where a scope with a light and camera on the end is inserted into a patient's digestive tract. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how endoscopy is used to examine the digestive tract.

An upper endoscopy is a type of endoscopy where a tube is passed through the mouth. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains how upper endoscopy is used to examine conditions in the upper digestive tract.

When you arrive for an endoscopy you'll have a preoperative check where you'll receive an IV and have your vital signs checked. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain what you'll be asked during the process.

Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain which conditions can be treated with colonoscopy, capsule endoscopy and upper endoscopy.

Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how endoscopy can be used to identify a change in the lining of the small intestine that occurs with celiac disease.

Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain vasoconstrictive injections and heat probes as two techniques to stop bleeding during an endoscopy.

A colonoscopy is a procedure when a flexible tube with a camera and a light is gently passed into a patient's rectum. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains how a colonoscopy is used to examine a patient's colon.

Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain how recommendations for future colonoscopies differ based on the type and number of polyps found.

Recovering from a colonoscopy includes 30 minutes to recover from anesthesia. Watch Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explain why people can't drive for 24 hours after a colonoscopy.

You should call your doctor after a colonoscopy if you continue to have a lot of pain and discomfort. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains other possible complications for which you should call your doctor.

To prepare for a colonoscopy you must drink a preparation drink that cleans your colon. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains how this help doctors detect polyps.

Endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) is a new development in endoscopy. In this video, Trupti Shinde, MD, of Citrus Memorial Hospital, explains this technique.