Second-generation Device Improves Colorectal Adenoma Detection Second-generation Device Improves Colorectal Adenoma Detection
Colonoscopy using the second-generation Endocuff Vision (EV) is associated with improved adenoma-detection rates, according to results from the ADENOMA trial.Reuters Health Information
Authors: PMID: 29470203 [PubMed - in process]
Conditions: Colon Polyp; Colon Adenoma Intervention: Procedure: Colon polypectomy Sponsor: Evergreen General Hospital, Taiwan Recruiting
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ConclusionThe association of primary MANEC of the tongue with a gastrointestinal heterotopic cyst supports an origin from entrapped endodermal elements as opposed to salivary duct origin. This case raises the awareness of a rare yet prognostically important complication of a gastrointestinal heterotopic cyst.
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Condition: Healthy Patients Undergoing Screening Colonoscopy Intervention: Other: No Intervention Sponsors: TriHealth Inc.; TriHealth Hatton Research Institute Not yet recruiting
CONCLUSIONSOur data support the conclusion that the schedule protocol proposed in this study enables a clear diagnosis in most of the inpatients at high risk of poor bowel preparation and no statistical differences were found between the two groups in terms of successful bowel cleansing achieved. Therefore, the same‐day, low‐dose 1‐L PEG bowel preparation could be introduced for selected inpatients.
Conclusion: Trained SVM classifier based on arm-level CNVs can be used as a promising method to screen early-stage CRC.Cell Physiol Biochem 2018;45:1444 –1454
Conclusion: Our study suggests that FC level #x3e;194 µg/g may be a useful SBCE filter test, identifying patients at risk of SB CD.Dig Dis