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Eureka Vet Endoscopy Surgical ServiceEndoscopic techniques have been developed in many areas of veterinary medicine to offer you and your pet a less invasive and less pain full alternative to traditional open surgery.

What is Endoscopy?

Endoscopy is a technique for performing medical procedures through natural openings in the body or through one or more tiny holes. An endoscope inserted in the body magnifies internal structures on a TV monitor for thorough examination. Surgical instruments may be used through the same opening or through an additional small incision.

By performing procedures endoscopically, vets offer their patients less pain, minimal recovery time and fewer complications.  In many cases, performing a procedure endoscopically allows the patient to return home the same day

Advantages of Endoscopy:
•    Less pain
•    Excellent visualisation of internal organs
•    Fewer complications
•    Faster recovery
•    Ability to access otherwise inaccessible parts of the body

At the Eureka Veterinary Clinic, with the use of our video endoscope, we are able to provide you and your pet the following endoscopic procedures.

Bronchoscopy is endoscopy of the airways and lungs, to identify structural abnormalities, collect samples of abnormal airway secretions, identify and remove foreign bodies and biopsy lesions or masses.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the endoscopic exploration of the stomach and intestines. A partial list of indications includes chronic regurgitation, salivation, nausea, vomiting, blood in the stool, anorexia, diarrhoea, weight loss, faecal mucus and straining to defecate. It is most commonly used for obtaining biopsies and the removal of foreign bodies.

Otoscopy is endoscopy of the external and middle ear. It is one of the most common applications of endoscopy in veterinary medicine. Otoscopy allows for safe and thorough ear cleaning under constant visualisation, removal of foreign objects, polyp removal and diagnostic sampling.

Rhinoscopy is endoscopy of the nasal cavity, commonly indicated in dogs and cats with chronic nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, chronic sneezing, nasal bleeding, facial distortion, nasal pain, acute severe sneezing, reverse sneezing and abnormal radiographs.

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Endoscopy 

Eureka Vet Endoscopy Surgical ServiceEndoscopic techniques have been developed in many areas of veterinary medicine to offer you and your pet a less invasive and less pain full alternative to traditional open surgery.

What is Endoscopy?

Endoscopy is a technique for performing medical procedures through natural openings in the body or through one or more tiny holes. An endoscope inserted in the body magnifies internal structures on a TV monitor for thorough examination. Surgical instruments may be used through the same opening or through an additional small incision.

By performing procedures endoscopically, vets offer their patients less pain, minimal recovery time and fewer complications.  In many cases, performing a procedure endoscopically allows the patient to return home the same day

Advantages of Endoscopy:
•    Less pain
•    Excellent visualisation of internal organs
•    Fewer complications
•    Faster recovery
•    Ability to access otherwise inaccessible parts of the body

At the Eureka Veterinary Clinic, with the use of our video endoscope, we are able to provide you and your pet the following endoscopic procedures.

Bronchoscopy is endoscopy of the airways and lungs, to identify structural abnormalities, collect samples of abnormal airway secretions, identify and remove foreign bodies and biopsy lesions or masses.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is the endoscopic exploration of the stomach and intestines. A partial list of indications includes chronic regurgitation, salivation, nausea, vomiting, blood in the stool, anorexia, diarrhoea, weight loss, faecal mucus and straining to defecate. It is most commonly used for obtaining biopsies and the removal of foreign bodies.

Otoscopy is endoscopy of the external and middle ear. It is one of the most common applications of endoscopy in veterinary medicine. Otoscopy allows for safe and thorough ear cleaning under constant visualisation, removal of foreign objects, polyp removal and diagnostic sampling.

Rhinoscopy is endoscopy of the nasal cavity, commonly indicated in dogs and cats with chronic nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, chronic sneezing, nasal bleeding, facial distortion, nasal pain, acute severe sneezing, reverse sneezing and abnormal radiographs.