Gastroenterology

WATS3D helps increase detection of esophageal dysplasia, Barrett’s




Adding Wide Area Transepithelial Sampling with 3D Tissue Analysis to standard targeted and random forceps biopsy helped increase detection of esophageal dysplasia, as well as Barrett’s esophagus, according to research published in Diseases of the Esophagus.
“With the results of this and other published studies, the evidence is overwhelming that we should be using WATS3D [CDx Diagnostics] along with forceps biopsies to evaluate all of our BE patients,” Michael S. Smith, MD, MBA, chief of gastroenterology and hepatology as Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s

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