Procedures

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) therapy has been shown to be safe and effective for treating Barrett's esophagus. Radiofrequency energy (radio waves) is delivered via a catheter to the esophagus to remove diseased tissue while minimizing injury to healthy esophagus tissue. This...

CT of the abdomen and pelvis is a special type of imaging performed with intravenous contrast material after the ingestion of oral barium. Images are generated and can be viewed on a computer monitor and burned on a CD. The weight limit for most scanners is 350 pounds.

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a ligament in the middle of the knee that prevents the tibia (shin bone) from moving up on the femur (thigh bone). When this ligament tears it can cause the knee to give out. If left untreated the cartilage can become damaged and cause a...

Often, gynecologic issues that cannot be detected by an external physical exam can be discovered through laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. These are procedures that rely on tools that give a gynecologist a closer view of the pelvic region. If an abnormality is detected, laparoscop...

An anal Pap test is a screening test that gives us a sample of cells in the anal canal. These cells are looked at under the microscope to look for changes that could lead to anal cancer. This is very similar to the Pap smears of the cervix in women. It can be done for men and...