Fiberscopy to examine the achalasia in Allgrove Syndrome.
It is a complicated and impressive examination. However it does not ache, and is very fast.
The doctors cross a probe in the mouth. It goes to the stomach.
As for me, the probe was controlled by a microcomputing camera.
Before I swallowed a spray to put to sleep my throat. I asked questions, and wondered what they made.
I wonder if this examination is really useful. This examination allows essentially of detect a problem with "Achalasia".
This examination allows the doctors to discover if the patient is allergic to the "gluten" (a protein).
It measures the various pressures inside the oesophagus.