10 December 2019 4 2K Report

Can biofilms be seen by pathologists when they do lab studies? For example, if a human has a biofilm in their colon and does a colonoscopy with biopsies sent to the pathologist, could the doctor doing the scope and/or the pathologist reviewing the biopsy actually be able to identify the biofilm? Or is the biofilm too microscopic for even today's advanced imaging.

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