Mercy Clinic Gastroenterology - McAuley

Doctor's Office
4205 McAuley Boulevard, Suite 375
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Main Entrance: McAuley Building


Phone: (405) 749-4247
Fax: (405) 749-4249
Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Gastroenterology Clinic OKC

The medical professionals at Mercy Clinic Gastroenterology in Oklahoma City specialize in treating diseases and disorders of the digestive system. We offer complete diagnostic testing and care for a variety of gastroenterological conditions, including:

  • Heartburn
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Abdominal pain/diarrhea/constipation
  • GI bleeds

If you’re experiencing gastrointestinal discomfort or disruption, please schedule an appointment. We are dedicated to preserving your digestive health and providing the compassionate care you deserve.

WATS3D Biopsy for Barrett’s 

Mercy's Gastroenterology Clinic in Oklahoma City now offers WATS3D, a new biopsy technique for Barrett’s esophagus screening and surveillance, for patients suffering from acid reflux. The combination of WATS3D sampling and AI computer analysis has been shown to significantly increase the detection rate of Barrett’s esophagus and precancerous cells over traditional forceps biopsies alone.

WATS3D is now included in the clinical guidelines of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) for physicians who are examining patients for Barrett’s esophagus or monitoring them for the development of precancerous cells.

Brush Biopsy in Management of Barrett Esophagus

During an upper endoscopy, if necessary, we use small forceps for biopsies to determine if there are any precancerous cells present. The WATS3D brush instrument is added to this procedure in order to collect a more comprehensive tissue sample from a much broader area of the esophagus at risk for cancer. This unique WATS3D specimen is then sent to the laboratory for advanced computer analysis that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and proprietary 3D imaging to help pathologists reliably identify Barrett’s esophagus and precancer cells.

If you have been diagnosed with Barrett’s Esophagus or want more information about Barrett’s esophagus screening and surveillance; please call us.

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