Published in Hospital Law Weekly, October 13th, 2005
"There is a need for better endoscopic visualization in specific circumstances like detection of flat colorectal lesions and dysplasia-screening in ulcerative colitis," gastroenterologists in the Netherlands explained.
"Chromoendoscopy is a technique with proven success, but many more, novel endoscopic techniques are currently under investigation," noted E. Dekker and colleagues at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam. Current "point measurement and still imaging methods" include "Raman spectroscopy, elastic (light) scattering spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, optical coherence...
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