New Study Of Virtual Colonoscopy For Diagnosing Colon Cancer
New Study of Virtual Colonoscopy for Diagnosing Colon Cancer
A new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine indicates that virtual colonoscopy is nearly as good as regular colonoscopy for detecting larger polyps, the precancerous growths that can develop within the colon. However, virtual colonoscopy is still regarded as relatively ineffective at detecting smaller polyps.
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