Our Advanced 3D Imaging — A More Accurate Diagnosis
At most labs, standard biopsy samples are cut in thin layers for analysis under a manual microscope. This provides a limited view of the cells which means that potentially important diagnostic information, which is only found on the surface of the sample, is missed entirely.
This unique view of the cell’s original structure provides crucial information to help your doctor rule out the presence of unhealthy cells — earlier and with greater accuracy.
The combined medical advances of a larger sampling area and 3D imaging have far-reaching implications for protecting your health. As we mentioned, should pre-cancerous cells be present, they are now much more likely to be detected. This means they can be removed or destroyed before they can become cancerous and harm you.
This is the simple story behind a sophisticated technology that is helping to make esophageal cancer a potentially preventable disease. When you think about it, it’s quite extraordinary.