Clinical experience of patients undergoing photodynamic therapy for Barrett's dysplasia or cancer.
- Published Article
Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics
- Publication Date
Nov 15, 2004
Approximately 40% of newly diagnosed patients with Barrett's associated dysplasia or carcinoma had no oesophageal symptoms and had carcinoma associated with short segment (3 cm or less). Photodynamic therapy is a highly effective, safe and minimally invasive first-line treatment for patients with Barrett's dysplasia and mucosal adenocarcinoma.
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