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Hospital CIMA Barcelona

ADULT AND PAEDIATRIC MEDICAL SPECIALISMS

Digestive Tract Department

The digestive tract specialism can be defined as the branch of medicine that looks after the diseases affecting the digestive tract and associated glandular organs (oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, anus, liver, bile ducts and pancreas). It is also takes care of the impact of the other digestive diseases on the rest of the body and the impacts of diseases of the rest of the body on the digestive system.

 

WITHIN THIS SPECIALIST AREA, YOU WILL FIND THE FOLLOWING TREATMENTS AND DIAGNOSTIC METHODS:

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Fibroscan is a technique enabling a shift from a minimally invasive technique to a completely non-invasive method which assesses the degree of hardness which is correlated with fibrosis.

In order to cover all your healthcare needs, we place a wide range of services that complement the portfolio offered by the hospital at your disposal.

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