Colonoscopy Procedure

What is a colonoscopy? Get an in-depth look by viewing this three-minute colonoscopy procedure video which explains the procedure.

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What is a Colonoscopy?

A colonoscopy is a procedure that enables the doctor to examine and evaluate the inside of your colon for any signs of bowel-related conditions. Lasting for about 30 minutes to an hour each time, a colonoscopy procedure is also one of the recommended methods for colorectal cancer screening.

 


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