2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-28032002000300004
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Abstract: RESUMO -Racional -O índigo-carmim é empregado como corante de contraste habitualmente instilado sobre a mucosa colorretal objetivando melhor visualizar lesão já detectada à colonoscopia convencional. O exame da mucosa colorretal previamente corada após administração anterógrada do corante levaria a maior sensibilidade na detecção de lesões menores e resultante maior sensibilidade da colonoscopia no diagnóstico de lesões diminutas, fazendo da cromoendoscopia de contraste excelente opção de rastreamento do cânce… Show more

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“…Application of the dye in the morning and examination in the afternoon was reported as a sufficiently large time span [14]. Though the procedure was found to be feasible, difficulties have been reported due to the inhomogeneous application of the stain [16]. The oral application of dye for examination of the stomach without using a spray catheter (indirect method) has been described in [15,17].…”
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confidence: 99%