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A study of dye oral administration method for colonoscopy report 1

, : A study of dye oral administration method for colonoscopy report 1. Gastroenterological Endoscopy 33(6): 1143-1150

The dye spraying methods for colonoscopy have been well established in order to find minute lesions. Many reports concerning dye enema and injection methods instead of dye spraying have been recently reported. Moreover there are many problems left to be improved for difficulties in techniques and staining the proximal segment of the colon. The authors have evaluated the new dye method-oral administration-in order to improve those demerits. With this new-oral administration-method, good endoscopic pictures have been taken. This method was easily performed and gave us more information compared to conventional colonoscopy. Moreover it made possible to stain the wide extent of the colon as well as the proximal side of the colon which had been hardly stained by the conventional dye-spraying method. Now, as there are still some problems left such as administered time and dosage of dye, further investigations will be necessary.


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