Imagine this: swallowing a pill and less than a minutes later, your doctor can see if you have a life threatening illness. The alternative: being sedated for 90 minutes, receiving slower results and inferior picture quality. A new, pill-sized … Continue reading
One of the most important questions in the whole field of Barrett’s oesophagus is whether diagnosing it makes any difference. For most people, Barrett’s is a curiosity – the lining of the gullet changes from the normal pale pink to … Continue reading
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One of the rather difficult issues is to decide when a person has Barrett’s oesophagus and when they do not. It should be straightforward but it isn’t. The first thing is that instead of the usual pale pink lining, the … Continue reading