A prospective dual-center proof-of-principle study evaluating the incremental benefit of narrow-band imaging with a fixed zoom function in real-time prediction of polyp histology. Can we resect and discard?

@article{Kuruvilla2015APD,
  title={A prospective dual-center proof-of-principle study evaluating the incremental benefit of narrow-band imaging with a fixed zoom function in real-time prediction of polyp histology. Can we resect and discard?},
  author={Niketh Kuruvilla and Ramesh Paramsothy and Raghubinder Singh Gill and Warwick S. Selby and Matthew L Remedios and Arthur John Kaffes},
  journal={Gastrointestinal endoscopy},
  year={2015},
  volume={82 2},
  pages={362-9}
}
BACKGROUND Advancements in endoscopic technology have increased the ability to distinguish neoplastic polyps during colonoscopy. If a minimum accuracy can be achieved, then a resect-and-discard model can be implemented, although studies to date have demonstrated limited success, especially in the assessment of serrated polyps. OBJECTIVE To perform a proof… CONTINUE READING