Ana Ignjatovic and colleagues from St. Mark’s Square Hospital and Imperial College London tried to confirm the efficacy, safety and clinical benefit of this simple and widely available optical technologies.
You waive the need for formal histopathology, which is time consuming, resource intensive and leads to delays in the patient to future cancer risk and screening intervals.
Therefore, techniques are efficient and cost-An article published Online First in The Lancet Oncology reported that the optical diagnostics is a reliable way to properly diagnose small colorectal polyps during routine colonoscopy. This approach and and economical alternative to conventional histopathology. Continue reading “Ana Ignjatovic and colleagues from St.”