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Colon Biopsy - Medical Animation

 

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Colon Biopsy - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation shows the removal of a sample of tissue (biopsy) from the colon. A biopsy is usually performed to determine if the cells from a sample of body tissue are abnormal. A major reason to obtain a biopsy is to rule out cancer. Sometimes biopsies are obtained to determine the cause of an unexplained infection, inflammation, swelling, or growth..

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