The term electronic chromoendoscopy refers to endo- Electronic chromoendoscopy technologies tronic chromoendoscopy is achieved by the observation.
Chromoendoscopy, or chromoscopy, refers to the top- ical application of stains or dyes at the time of endoscopy in an effort to enhance tissue characterization,
Abstract. Chromoendoscopy, the intravital staining of gastrointes- tinal epithelia, provides additional diagnostic informa- tion with respect to the epithelial
31 Jul 2018 PDF | Early detection of malignancies within the gastrointestinal tract Indigo carmine chromoendoscopy delineating mucosal alteration in the
11 Jul 2017 AbstrAct background Patients with long-standing UC have an increased risk for the development of colonic neoplastic lesions.
17 Mar 2014 5 ESGE suggests the use of conventional or vir- tual (NBI) magnified chromoendoscopy to pre- dict the risk of invasive cancer and deep submu-.
1 Aug 2018 Request PDF on ResearchGate | Chromoendoscopy | Gastrointestinal cancers represent the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide.
noscopy and compared chromoendoscopy with white-light colonoscopy alone (Table 3).20-27. The proportion of patients with dysplasia was 0% to 10% greater24 Oct 2012 Chromoendoscopy and other advanced imaging techniques aim at facilitating the visualization and detection of neoplastic lesions and have
Abstract. Magnifying endoscopy has been developed to visualize the microstructure of gastrointestinal surface mucosa and mucosal vascularity. Magnifying