Virtual Colonoscopy Directory
A virtual colonoscopy is a colonoscopy that uses imaging to create 3D images of the large intestines and rectum and is used to screen for cancers, tumors, or polyps. Virtual colonoscopies are effective in diagnosing colorectal problems including cancer, finding sources of internal bleeding, detecting reasons for chronic diarrhea, and more. Before a virtual colonoscopy, you will undergo a cleansing prep 1-2 days ahead of time. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how a colonoscopy is done, who needs to have a virtual colonoscopy, and much more.
What Is Vesicoureteral Reflux?
Vesicoureteral reflux is when urine flows back from your bladder. It can potentially back up to your kidneys, which could cause damage. This condition is usually found among babies and young children, and most are able to outgrow it.
The Diagnosis & Treatment of Colorectal Cancer
Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of colorectal cancer.
Imaging Tests to help Diagnose Digestive Problems
WebMD explains some of the imaging tests used to diagnose digestive problems.