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Virtual endoscopy--comparison with colonoscopy in the detection of space-occupying lesions of the colon.

Virtual endoscopy--comparison with colonoscopy in the detection of space-occupying lesions of the... A new technique has been described which combines abdominal helical computed tomography (CT) scanning and virtual reality computer technology, known as virtual colonoscopy (VC); the reconstructed images provide a simulation of the interior of the colon as viewed by endoscopy. We compared VC with conventional colonoscopy in patients with suspected or known colonic neoplasia. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Endoscopy Pubmed

Virtual endoscopy--comparison with colonoscopy in the detection of space-occupying lesions of the colon.

Endoscopy , Volume 32 (3): 7 – Apr 5, 2000

Virtual endoscopy--comparison with colonoscopy in the detection of space-occupying lesions of the colon.


Abstract

A new technique has been described which combines abdominal helical computed tomography (CT) scanning and virtual reality computer technology, known as virtual colonoscopy (VC); the reconstructed images provide a simulation of the interior of the colon as viewed by endoscopy. We compared VC with conventional colonoscopy in patients with suspected or known colonic neoplasia.

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ISSN
0013-726X
DOI
10.1055/s-2000-100
pmid
10718388

Abstract

A new technique has been described which combines abdominal helical computed tomography (CT) scanning and virtual reality computer technology, known as virtual colonoscopy (VC); the reconstructed images provide a simulation of the interior of the colon as viewed by endoscopy. We compared VC with conventional colonoscopy in patients with suspected or known colonic neoplasia.

Journal

EndoscopyPubmed

Published: Apr 5, 2000

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