Overview of Endoscopic Ultrasound
Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) is an ultrasound examination, or an ultrasound-guided procedure done from inside the body. When you go for a traditional ultrasound examination, the doctor places an ultrasound probe on your tummy or other areas to study them. However, in the case of EUS, the ultrasound probe is part of the endoscope itself, and so can be passed inside the body.
- EUS guided tissue acquisition
- Therapeutic EUS
- EUS elastography
- Contrast enhanced EUS (CE-EUS)
- Miniprobe ultrasound
- Intra-ductal ultrasound (IDUS)
TreatmentWe take your clinical and prior imaging results into account and strive to provide you with clinically meaningful reports, not just informal jargon. Our reports come with suggestions for follow ups and further tests if needed, and help to direct your clinical care.