Introducing WATS3D – what an advanced endoscopy
and 3D imaging means to you.

 

During an endoscopy, samples of tissue are often collected to help rule out the presence of unhealthy cells. In the past, the collection of these samples was often done in a random manner from a very limited area of the esophagus (see diagram).

The advanced WATS3D Biopsy, takes a far larger sample to help your doctor rule out the presence of unhealthy cells.

The advanced WATS3D Biopsy, takes a far larger sample to help your doctor rule out the presence of unhealthy cells.

A recent scientific advance called WATS3D can help doctors collect a sample from a much larger surface area to more effectively rule out the possibility of pre-cancerous disease (see diagram).

Continue on to find out about our advanced 3D imaging which gives your doctor a whole new view of the sample – and what this means for protecting your health.