Proctoscopy / rectoscopy are among the oldest endoscopic techniques and are predestined for endoscopic interventions due to their location near the surface. Diseases of the rectum are some of the most common diseases of today. The incidence and intensity of proctological complaints are significantly influenced by the modern lifestyle.
A precise and clear representation of the rectal cavity in proctoscopy or rectoscopy is often only possible by targeted flushing and simultaneous suction.
Today optimized instruments and equipment systems by Richard Wolf, adapted to examination and procedure, are aspects of a relaxed treatment for doctor and patient.
Proctoscopy, an invasive endoscopic procedure for examining the anal canal and the lower part of the rectum, enables diagnosis of proctological diseases such as hemorrhoids and fissures or even oncological diseases. Examinations occur in left-lateral position, in lithotomy position or in knee-elbow position.
Rigid rectoscopy is a pioneering diagnostic method for the identification of inflammatory or tumorous changes in the rectum. Examinations occur in left-lateral position, in lithotomy position or in knee-elbow position.
- Complaints in the anal area
- Blood in stool
- Chronic inflammatory intestinal diseases