Riccardo Annibali
M.D. - F.A.S.C.R.S

Specialized in General Surgery, with a particular interest for Colo-proctology and Gastroenterology (both medical and surgical) and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Digestive endoscopy

Digestive Endoscopy ranges from diagnostic to complex operation, which can also be interpreted as a form of minimally invasive surgery (for example, in the case of treatment for bleeding ulcers or gallstones). In many cases, endoscopic procedures have replaced traditional surgical procedures for the safer treatment of elderly patients.

Endoscopy can be performed on an outpatient or day hospital basis, with simple or deep sedation.

  • Oral and trans-nasal Gastroduodenoscopy
  • Operative Gastroduodenoscopy (bleeding ulcers, polyps, etc.)
  • Operative Colonoscopy
  • Surgical Colonoscopy (polypectomy for colorectal polyps, polipectomy with mucosectomy or submucosal dissection, bleeding angiomas, stent placement)​
  • Double-balloon enteroscopy
  • Retrograde endoscopic cholangio-pancreatography
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