Endoscopic diagnosis and tumour prevention

The endoscopic interventions allow a non-invasive intervention through special fibre optics and advanced instrumentation to resume internal images of the body that are displayed on a screen.

Endoscopy is of fundamental importance for tumour prevention because it also allows us to view the hidden areas of the organs, including the laryngeal area.Through this system you can also take a small fragment of the tumour and subject it to analysis and to specific histological examination to understand its benign or malignant nature.

For each type of endoscopic examination there is a medical practice for assistance which provides a detailed explanation of the specific procedures and the signing of a consensus document.