Colonoscopy is a medical procedure that allows a doctor to examine the inside of the colon (large intestine) and rectum using a flexible, lighted instrument called a colonoscope.

During the procedure, the patient is given sedation to assist them loosen up and avoid pain. The colonoscope is inserted via the anus and slowly advanced via the rectum and into the colon. The digital camera at the top of the colonoscope lets the physician look at the liner of the colon and pick out any abnormalities, together with polyps (strange growths), tumors, or regions of infection or bleeding.


A colonoscopy is commonly used to screen for colon cancer and to diagnose and treat conditions including inflammatory bowel sickness (IBD), diverticulitis, and colitis. If a polyp or different abnormality is detected for the duration of the system, it can often be removed or biopsied (small tissue samples) for further testing.

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Colonoscopy is performed with a flexible, lighted instrument called a colonoscope that is inserted through the anus and advanced through the rectum and colon. The patient is given sedation to help them relax and avoid discomfort.

Most patients are sedated during the procedure and do not experience pain. However, some patients may experience mild discomfort or cramping.