Serrated and Adenomatous Polyp Detection Increases With Longer Withdrawal Time: Results From the New Hampshire Colonoscopy Registry

@article{Butterly2014SerratedAA,
  title={Serrated and Adenomatous Polyp Detection Increases With Longer Withdrawal Time: Results From the New Hampshire Colonoscopy Registry},
  author={Lynn F. Butterly and Christina M. Robinson and Joseph C Anderson and Julia E. Weiss and Martha Goodrich and Tracy Onega and Christopher I. Amos and Michael L. Beach},
  journal={The American Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2014},
  volume={109},
  pages={417-426}
}
OBJECTIVES:Detection and removal of adenomas and clinically significant serrated polyps (CSSPs) is critical to the effectiveness of colonoscopy in preventing colorectal cancer. Although longer withdrawal time has been found to increase polyp detection, this association and the use of withdrawal time as a quality indicator remains controversial. Few studies have reported on withdrawal time and serrated polyp detection. Using data from the New Hampshire Colonoscopy Registry, we examined how an… CONTINUE READING

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