TITLE

Magnification endoscopy, high resolution endoscopy, and chromoscopy; towards a better optical diagnosis

AUTHOR(S)
Bruno, M. J.
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
Gut;Jun2003 Supplement 4, Vol. 52, piv7
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the past few years, optical magnification endoscopy and chromoscopy have gained renewed interest in the West as a means for the early detection of minute lesions in patients with Barrett & oesophagus and in patients referred for colonic cancer screening. In Barren's oesophagus, the vast majority of data on the use of chromoscopy deals with the application of methylene blue. Conventional videoendoscopy in combination with methylene blue staining improves the detection of Barrett s mucosa. A correlation has been shown between variation and intensity of staining and histologically verified stages of dysplasia or cancer. Magnification endoscopy and chromoscopy improve the detection of colonic non-polypoid lesions associated with neoplasia and carcinoma. Pill pattern analysis enables the distinction of non-neoplastic non-polypoid lesions (type I and II) from neoplastic type non-polypoid lesions (type III-V) with great accuracy. It is certain that "old fashioned" chromoscopy combined with advanced endoscopic technology carry a great diagnostic potential and should be further put to the test for use in daily clinical practice.
ACCESSION #
12915402

 

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