Researchers Find That Chromoendoscopy for IBD Surveillance Fails to Increase Dysplasia Detection

Researchers Find That Chromoendoscopy for IBD Surveillance Fails to Increase Dysplasia Detection
Recently, researchers from the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands released results from a comparative study that looked at the capacity of tests to detect colorectal dysplasia in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).  Their research suggests that Chromoendoscopy for surveillance in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) does not increase detection of dysplasia compared with conventional

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