New DYSIS study published in EJOG
A new article presenting the results of a clinical study with DYSIS was just published in the European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. Conducted by Dr Coronado at the Hospital Clínico San Carlos, in Madrid, Spain, who used DYSIS on 479 patients during routine colposcopy practice, the study shows that the integration of the DYSISmap leads to a significant increase in the detection of CIN2+ disease.
Commenting on the study Dr Coronado said “DYSIS Colposcopy helps me to improve the sensitivity of detecting cervical lesions in my routine clinical practice. The combination of normal colposcopic observations and the DYSISmap is an excellent tool to be used in consultations of lower genital tract disease”.