M.G.M.'s Endoscopy Center provides a diagnostic investigatory service for patients with problems of the gastrointestinal tract. The department is manned by some of the best doctors and it is geared to handle gastroscopy, colonscopy, ERCP Laparoscopy, cystoscopy and Bronchoscopy.The Endoscopy Service Endoscopic procedures involve passing an endoscope (a tube approximately half an inch thick) into the gastrointestinal (GI) tract via the mouth or the anus. This tube enables the doctor to see the inside of the GI tract and to take biopsies of any abnormalities. Endoscopy is advised for the detection of ulcers, cause of gastro-intestinal bleeding, gastro-intestinal cancers, detection and removal of polyps in the intestine, ingested foreign bodies or stone in the bile/pancreatic duct.


This is a fully equipped, sophisticated center providing comprehensive services for advanced therapeutic Endoscopy in Navi Mumbai. At the center, procedures are performed by specialists trained extensively in Endoscopy.This daycase unit offers investigation and treatment for people with a wide range of conditions requiring an endoscopic procedure. Patients are referred from their GP or from a specialist doctor within the trust.
We believe that everyone should have access to the most advanced endoscopic procedures. As one of the largest and most advanced endoscopy units in the city, we offer high quality, advanced technology, and skilled professionals for the safest, most optimal medical care.


Q: What are the advantages of endoscopy?
• No anesthesia required
• No cut on body, essentially painless
• Minimal preoperative preparation
• Safer and cheaper than usual surgery
• Helpful for those serious patients who are otherwise unfit for surgery.
Q: How is EUS performed?
A thin, flexible tube (endoscope) is passed through the mouth and into the stomach and duodenum. The tip of the endoscope contains a built in miniature ultrasound probe which emits sound waves. These sound waves pass through the lining of the stomach and duodenum creating a visual image of the pancreas and surrounding tissue. EUS can be used to obtain a needle biopsy of the pancreas or to sample fluid in a pancreatic cyst. This is done by passing a very thin needle from the endoscope into the pancreas under continuous ultrasound monitoring. This technique is called EUS-fine needle aspiration (EUS-FNA) and does not hurt.