• What To Know About a Screening Colonoscopy
    Many patients dread getting a colonoscopy. However, this procedure can prove crucial for catching serious conditions, and especially colorectal cancer, which is one of the most common types of cancer Read more
  • Why Is a Colonoscopy So Important?
    A colonoscopy is a routine procedure that is performed in order to detect colon cancer in its earliest stage, but in spite of its benefits there is still a lot Read more
  • Questions To Ask Your Doctor Before a Colonoscopy
    Colon cancer is a serious but curable disease if caught early. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Prevention and Control), 90% of people who receive a diagnosis of colon Read more
  • Your First Screening Colonoscopy: What To Expect
    Colorectal cancer can be dangerous if not treated in time, and the fact that there are often no outward symptoms until the condition is far advanced can certainly complicate matters. Read more
  • Preparing for Your Colonoscopy
    How a colonoscopy from your gastroenterologist in Newport Beach, CA, can protect your health Did you know that having a colonoscopy can save your life? A colonoscopy is a vital diagnostic Read more
  • Benefits of a Follow up Colonoscopy
    You’ve just gotten a colonoscopy. Now what?  A colonoscopy is performed by our gastroenterologist Dr. Glenn Madokoro to screen for colorectal cancer, diagnose gastrointestinal problems and monitor the health of the Read more
  • When Is a Follow up Colonoscopy Needed?
    Colonoscopies are a reliable tool for colorectal cancer and gastrointestinal disease screening. They can help diagnose Crohn’s Disease, colon polyps, and many other diseases that may interfere with the quality Read more
  • Colonoscopy FAQs
    If you’ve recently been informed by your doctor that it’s time for you to get a colonoscopy, you probably have many questions about the procedure and why it’s so important. Read more
  • What Exactly Are Colon Polyps?
    Have you had your colonoscopy yet? It may be time to check for a polyp in Newport Beach, CA. Dr. Glenn Madokoro will provide you with professional care as he Read more
  • Why Is A Colonoscopy Recommended?
    A colonoscopy might not be your idea of fun, but it's truly a lifesaver. Performed by your Newport Beach, CA, gastroenterologist, Dr. Glenn Madokoro, this easy diagnostic test yields valuable Read more
  • The Difference Between Endoscopy vs. Colonoscopy
    The Difference Between Endoscopy vs. Colonoscopy Both colonoscopy and endoscopy are non-surgical procedures performed by a gastroenterologist. They also both use a device known as an endoscope, which has a fine, Read more
  • When Should You Get a Colonoscopy?
    In 2019, about 145,600 men and women in the U.S. received a colorectal cancer diagnosis. Although the condition mainly affects older adults, there's a rising incidence in younger individuals. When Read more
  • FAQs about Colonoscopies
    You've probably seen the television ads for colon screening. Maybe you've talked to friends about colonoscopies. If getting a colonoscopy is something you are considering, you probably have questions. Dr. Read more
  • How Often Should I Have a Colonoscopy?
    Colon cancer threatens 150,000 Americans annually, says the American Cancer Society. In Newport Beach, CA, your gastroenterologist, Dr. Glenn Madokoro, recommends routine cancer screening by colonoscopy, emphasizing early detection and Read more
  • Why Is a Colonoscopy Recommended?
    Along with aging comes the responsibility to take your health by the horns, seeking out preventative care and ensuring that your body keeps up with your mind. A common and Read more
  • What Happens During a Follow-Up Colonoscopy?
    If you're age 50 or older, you know that a screening colonoscopy appears on your "to do" list. If your heredity and current health status indicate you're at low risk for Read more

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