Endoscopic trimodal imaging detects colonic neoplasia as well as standard video endoscopy.

@article{Kuiper2011EndoscopicTI,
  title={Endoscopic trimodal imaging detects colonic neoplasia as well as standard video endoscopy.},
  author={Teaco Kuiper and Frank J C van den Broek and Anton H. J. Naber and Ellert J van Soest and Pieter Scholten and Rosalie Ch Mallant-Hent and Jan H. M. van den Brande and Jeroen M. Jansen and Arnoud van Oijen and Willem A. Marsman and Jacques J. Bergman and Paul A Fockens and Evelien Dekker},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2011},
  volume={140 7},
  pages={
          1887-94
        }
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS Endoscopic trimodal imaging (ETMI) is a novel endoscopic technique that combines high-resolution endoscopy (HRE), autofluorescence imaging (AFI), and narrow-band imaging (NBI) that has only been studied in academic settings. We performed a randomized, controlled trial in a nonacademic setting to compare ETMI with standard video endoscopy (SVE) in the detection and differentiation of colorectal lesions. METHODS The study included 234 patients scheduled to receive colonoscopy… CONTINUE READING

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