Large study backs effectiveness of ’virtual’ colonoscopies
A study by the New England Journal of Medicine has found that "virtual" colonoscopies can detect cancer just as well as invasive procedures. The virtual exams are done using a CT scan, which when performed at 15 hospitals around the country, found 90% of cancers in patients.
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