Digestive Disease Center

With digestive diseases becoming increasingly common, more and more people are at risk of developing serious complications if not treated. Issues such as reflux disease, dyspepsia, constipation, diarrhea, hepatitis, gastrointestinal and liver cancer can occur at any age. The Digestive Disease Center brings together nearly 20 specialists in the following areas:
Gastroenterology

A medical specialty that focuses on the digestive system (esophagus, stomach, small intestines and colon).  Includes pediatric gastroenterology.

Hepatology 
A medical specialty that focuses on the liver and associated organs (gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and biliary tree).
Diagnostic Endoscopy 
Investigative examinations that look inside the body through an endoscope (a long, flexible tube usually with a camera on the end) to find out what the source of a problem might be.
Therapeutic Endoscopy 
Going inside the body with an endoscope to treat a problem.

Conditions We Treat

Abdominal pain  Gallstones
Alcoholic Liver Disease  Gastroenteritis
Barrett’s esophagus  GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
Biliary diseases  GI infection
Cancer of digestive system Heartburn
Celiac disease  Hepatitis
Changes in bowel habits  Intestinal bleeding
Cholangiocarcinoma  Inflammatory bowel disease  
Cirrhosis of the Liver  IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
Colitis  Non –alcoholic Liver Disease
Colon polyp  Pancreatic diseases
Constipation PUD (Peptic Ulcer Disease)
Crohn's disease  Rectal bleeding
Diarrhea  Stomach ulcers
Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis Swallowing difficulties (Dysphagia)
Gallbladder disorders Ulcerative colitis

Procedures Available for Diagnosis & Treatment

Packages

From

32,000 - 43,000

Colonscopy

The term “colonoscopy” means looking inside the colon. It is a procedure performed commonly by a gastroenterologist, a well-trained sub-specialist. The colon, or large bowel, is the last portion of your digestive or GI tract. It starts at the cecum, which attaches to the end of the small intestine, and it ends at the rectum and anus. The colon is a hollow tube about five feet long, and its main function is to store unabsorbed food products prior to their elimination.

From

7,740

FibroScan

Fibroscan’s ultrasound elastrography uses low frequency elastic waves to deliver highly accurate assessments of liver fibrosis.

From

91,160

Colon Capsule

Capsule colonoscopy is a procedure similar to the capsule endoscopy for the small intestine. The major difference is that the colon capsule is equipped with two cameras on either side.

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Our local representatives speak your language and can assist you by answering any questions you have about the hospital as well as book travel arrangements. There are no additional costs for using this service as per Bumrungrad's One Price Policy.