Cellvizio aids in the management of colorectal neoplasia for the real time polyp characterization and treatment follow up
Optical Biopsy with Cellvizio enables physicians to view tissue at the cellular level during standard endoscopies, which helps differentiate between non-neoplastic and neoplastic tissue . This technique allows for a real time characterization of polyps during screening colonoscopies and identification of lesions at risk for cancer. With the help of endomicroscopy, physicians can also better detect residual neoplasia following EMR as compared with WLE, and adapt the re-treatment modalities if needed. 1 2 3 4 6
The Fastest Way to See Cancer
Cellvizio Optical Biopsy is a through-the-scope procedure that fits any standard practice and equipment.
Muhammad W. Shahid, MD
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA 2
Dr. Wallace of Mayo Clinic talks about the benefits of Optical Biopsy
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