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Examinations and endoscopic procedures performed at the Kurosz Clinic

  • diagnosis of pharyngeal, oesophageal and gastric lesions
  • diagnosis of lesions in the nasal passages
  • removal of foreign bodies from the stomach
  • taking samples from pathological lesions for histological examination
  • polypectomy – removal of polyps in the oesophagus and stomach
  • colonoscopy
  • laryngo-tracheo-bronchoscopy

An endoscopic examination allows lesions in the internal organs to be viewed thanks to a camera that is inserted into the animal’s body. The very clear, direct image expands the diagnostic capabilities of the veterinarian. This is particularly important precisely in the case of animals as they cannot talk about their ailments. Endoscopic examination is in many cases a necessary complement to indirect diagnostic methods (blood analysis or imaging techniques). In addition, it allows sections to be taken and treatments to be performed in otherwise inaccessible areas of the body.

What are the indications for anterior gastrointestinal endoscopy?

  • foreign body
  • persistent, bloody, chronic vomiting
  • swallowing difficulties
  • profuse salivation
  • anterior gastrointestinal bleeding
  • chronic cough
  • weight loss (anorexia)
  • unclear origin of condition
  • erosions after non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • suspected oesophageal dilatations or strictures
  • ulcers of the oesophageal mucosa of the stomach and duodenum
  • suspected duodenogastric, gastroesophageal reflux
  • follow-up examination to assess the course and effectiveness of treatment

What are the indications for posterior gastrointestinal endoscopy?

  • acute and chronic diarrhoea
  • constipation
  • painful defecation
  • rectal bleeding
  • urge to defecate
  • suspected obstruction, ulceration
  • follow-up examinations after surgery
  • suspected narrowing of the intestinal lumen
  • follow-up examination to assess the course and effectiveness of treatment

We will provide you with detailed information about the endoscopic examination by telephone at:


What are the indications for rhinoscopy?

  • unilateral nasal discharge
  • chronic rhinitis
  • nose bleeds (especially of a recurrent nature)
  • changes in the shape of nasal cavities (deformities in the nasal area)
  • dyspnoea
  • nasal murmur
  • prolonged treatment with no effect

What are the indications for laryngo-tracheo-bronchoscopy?

  • Cough persisting for more than 2-3 weeks (after exclusion of cardiac causes)
  • accelerated breathing and dyspnoea of various degrees
  • pain in the larynx and trachea
  • suspected functional laryngeal disorder (laryngeal paralysis)
  • suspected changes in the structure of the respiratory tract
  • suspicion of foreign bodies
  • acute attacks of respiratory failure of unexplained aetiology
  • difficult-to-heal pneumonia, bronchitis
  • damage to the external bodily envelope of the laryngeal or tracheal region (e.g. after mechanical injuries)
  • subcutaneous emphysema