Narrow-band versus white-light high definition television endoscopic imaging for screening colonoscopy: a prospective randomized trial.

@article{Adler2009NarrowbandVW,
  title={Narrow-band versus white-light high definition television endoscopic imaging for screening colonoscopy: a prospective randomized trial.},
  author={Andreas Adler and Jens Aschenbeck and Timur Yenerim and Michael Mayr and Alireza Aminalai and Rolf Drossel and Aaron V Schroeder and Matthias Scheel and Bertram J Wiedenmann and Thomas Roesch},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2009},
  volume={136 2},
  pages={
          410-6.e1; quiz 715
        }
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS Narrow-band imaging (NBI) has been implemented in gastrointestinal endoscopy to improve the contrast of endoluminal pathologic structures, one of the aims being to increase colonic adenoma detection. Previous studies from referral centers have yielded variable and conflicting results with regard to improvement in adenoma detection rates by using NBI. The present large randomized trial was designed to finally settle this issue. METHODS In a prospective study performed… CONTINUE READING
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