A randomized controlled trial comparing a prepackaged low-residue diet with a restricted diet for colonoscopy preparation: the impact on the results of colonoscopy in adenoma detection.

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AIM This study aimed to investigate the clinical utility of a prepackaged low-residue diet (PLD) compared with a restricted diet (RD) for colonoscopic bowel preparation. METHOD A prospective randomized controlled trial was carried out with patients undergoing colonoscopy. One hundred patients were randomly assigned to PLD and RD groups. In the RD group… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/codi.13167

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@article{Matsumura2016ARC, title={A randomized controlled trial comparing a prepackaged low-residue diet with a restricted diet for colonoscopy preparation: the impact on the results of colonoscopy in adenoma detection.}, author={Tomio Matsumura and Makoto Arai and Hideaki Ishigami and Kenichiro Okimoto and Kazuhide Saito and Shoko Minemura and Daisuke Maruoka and Tomoo Nakagawa and Tatsuro Katsuno and Osamu Yokosuka}, journal={Colorectal disease : the official journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland}, year={2016}, volume={18 1}, pages={O37-42} }