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Diagnostic Procedures

The following pages have details on the diagnostic procedures offered at Colorectal Diagnostics:

Endoanal Ultrasound

Endoanal ultrasound is a special type of ultrasound device used to examine the anal canal and the lower part of the rectum.

Endoanal Ultrasound

Pudendal Nerve Study

A pudendal nerve study evaluates the function of the pudendal nerves and their control of the anal sphincter, and involves the stimulation of the nerve with a low electric current.

Pudendal Nerve Study

Anorectal Manometry Study

Anorectal manometry (also referred to by its abbreviation 'ARM') is a diagnostic test to measure the pressure exerted by the anal sphincter muscles and test how the nerves that supply the anal area are functioning.

Anorectal Manometry Study