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AM2A Video Capsule Studies
GCSJ Doctors are now doing the Spyglass procedure to directly look in the bile duct for stones, tumors, or bile duct leaks (continued).

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  1. Appendix, AVM, Cecum, Ileocecal Valve,
         and a Normal Colon.
  2. Colon Diverticulum.
  3. Colon Polyps.
  4. Colonoscopy.
  5. Crohn's Disease.
  6. Duodenum.
  7. Endoscopy.
  8. ERCP 
         (Pancreatic & Bile Ducts, and more).
  9. Esophagus 
         (Barrett's, Schatzki's, and more).
  10. Gastric Miscellaneous
         (Gallbladder, Bypass, and more).
  11. Stomach 
         (Hiatal Hernia, Gastric Ulcer, and more).
  12. Video Capsule.

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