On location: Budapest, Alkotás u. 55- 61, 1123 Hungary
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The Waberer Medical Center offers a colonoscopy procedure, an effective method for early detection of colorectal cancer. A colonoscopy, also known as bowel endoscopy, is used to investigate or diagnose bowel diseases. The procedure employs a colonoscope - a long, flexible tube equipped with a tiny camera - to examine the entire length of the large intestine. During the examination, tissue samples can be taken, polyps may be removed, and hemorrhage can be ceased if necessary. Most procedures at the center are performed under light sedation, causing the patient to enter a state of deep drowsiness and then sleep. Within half to one hour following the procedure, the patient will be fully awake. The examination typically lasts 20-30 minutes.


  • Comprehensive gastrointestinal examination
  • Use of a colonoscope equipped with a small camera
  • Possibility of tissue sampling (biopsy) during the examination
  • Removal of polyps if found during the examination
  • Light sedation for comfortable and painless procedure

Not included

  • Cost of prescribed laxatives for bowel cleansing
  • Expenses related to diet change prior to the procedure
  • Cost of follow-up care and medications post-procedure
  • Any separate payments for consultation or medication
  • Costs associated with any laboratory testing such as blood tests for INR and complete blood count
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