Microscopic examinations

As a private medical provider specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of digestive diseases, we perform more than a thousand of mirror examinations - colonoscopies and gastroscopies - at Endomedix every year.

A large part of the reflections are performed under general anaesthesia, as the reflections under anaesthesia not just pain freebut the patient at all you will not live the discomfort of the test, and then wake up quickly with a clear conscience when the tests are finished.

Our endoscopic examinations: gastroscopy or colonoscopy, also under anaesthesia on request


Gastroscopy also allows the oesophagus, stomach and horseshoe casing to be examined. In addition, a histological sample can be obtained and therapeutic interventions can be performed by our doctor.

Gastroscopy by anaesthesia

A gentler version of gastroscopy is gastroscopy under anaesthesia, where the patient under anaesthesia does not experience the discomfort of the examination.


Colonoscopy is used to detect and, if necessary, treat lesions inside the bowel, such as polyps, strictures, inflammation or even tumours.

Colonoscopy under anaesthesia

The aim of colonoscopy is to detect and treat lesions inside the bowel. Colonoscopies are uncomfortable examinations, so it is recommended that they be performed under general anaesthesia.

Gastroduodenoscopy and colonoscopy

In the case of gastroscopy and colonoscopy, these two examinations are carried out at the same time, or more precisely, immediately after each other.

Gastric and colonoscopy under anaesthesia

In the case of gastroscopy and colonoscopy under anaesthesia, these two examinations are carried out at the same time, or more precisely, immediately after each other, and under general anaesthesia.

Short colonoscopy

During a short colonoscopy - sigmoidoscopy - the lower rectum and lower colon are viewed and examined.

Short colonoscopy under anaesthesia

During a short colonoscopy under general anaesthesia - sigmoidoscopy - the lower rectum and colon are examined.

Book an appointment with us!

Budapest, debrecen, dombóvári, Miskolc, szolnoki and Veszprém you can make an appointment at our centre on working days, Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 17:00 by calling (1) 413-2500 or online - some examinations can be booked by appointment! Győri, Gyula, Sofia and mohácsi you can register by calling your local colleagues at our centre. Too complicated? See phone book or request a callback!