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Pancolonic dye aids surveillance for adenomas

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Patients with chronic ulcerative colitis (UC) have a better chance that precancerous lesions heralding adenomas will be apparent during surveillance if their colon is sprayed with contrast dye, an endoscopic study has found. Using this method routinely would be more efficient, requiring fewer biopsies and less histological screening.

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