Pediatric Gastroenterology (GI) Treatments and Services
Pediatric Capsule Endoscopy is a wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) used to capture images of the intestine.
A colonoscopy is a procedure where a long, flexible, lighted tube with a tiny camera on the end. Learn more from the experts at Children's Health.
Endoscopic procedures help find out why your child is having problems. During the procedure the doctor looks directly into certain areas of the digestive tract.
Enteral nutrition (feeding tubes) and parenteral nutrition (catheters) help your child receive needed nutrients when they cannot eat. Learn more.
H. Pylori (Helicobacter pylori) is a bacteria that can live in the stomach. A H. Pylori breath test tests for this bacteria. Learn more from the experts at Children's Health.
A pH probe study measures the pH (amount of acidity) in the esophagus (food tube). The study helps determine whether or not acid is coming up from the stomach.
Pediatric psychology services can help a child deal with his or her abdominal pain. Learn more about the GI Psychology process and treatment at Children's Health.
A rectal suction biopsy is a test done for children with severe or long term constipation (difficulty passing stools).