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Colonoscopy – Biopsy

Colonoscopy – Biopsy

Colonoscopy – Biopsy

During a colonoscopy, if a polyp is found or if there's any abnormalities a biopsy is conducted. A biopsy is a procedure in which a forcep is used to remove a significantly small amount of tissue so that we can look at it under a microscope and see exactly what's going on. It is not painful, you do not feel it, and it is a microscopic biopsy, usually.

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