A colonic tissue culture is a laboratory test to check for disease-causing bacteria, fungi, or viruses in a sample of tissue from the large intestine.
Colonic tissue culture
The doctor removes a piece of tissue from your large intestine during a colonoscopy. For more information on how this procedure is done, see
The sample is sent to a laboratory where it is placed in a special dish containing a gel on which microoganisms can grow,...Read more
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