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What is endoscopy?

An endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure used in dogs and cats to help diagnose gastrointestinal problems, abnormal cells, tumours and some forms of cancer, including lymphoma.

It’s low risk for the patient and is a less invasive and expensive treatment compared to surgical alternatives.

Our vets at Onevet Canidelo Veterinary Clinic perform the endoscopic procedures under general anaesthesia. The procedure consists of inserting a small camera into the animal’s mouth which is used to assess the oesophagus, stomach and small intestines – the so-called upper digestive endoscopy.

When is an endoscopy considered?

It’s often used to understand the cause of your pet’s sneezing, vomiting, diarrhoea or bladder weakness and can be used to extract objects from the nose, lungs, stomach and oesophagus without the need for painful surgery.

The recovery time is immediate, so once it’s over, your pet can restart their normal life.