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Top tips for maximum detection during colonoscope withdrawal (with video)

Published:October 12, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gie.2022.07.034
      Optimizing detection of polyps during colonoscopy is key, whether they are flat lesions in the right side of the colon or small polyps behind folds. Good withdrawal technique will help in improved detection, characterization, and resection of all polyps during colonoscopy. Continuing with our series of tips to improve endoscopic techniques, Dr Doug Rex, in this issue, presents top tips to maximize lesion detection during colonoscopy.

      Abbreviation:

      ADR (adenoma detection rate), CADe (computer-aided detection), LLD (left lateral decubitus), PCCRC (postcolonoscopy colorectal cancer), SSL (sessile serrated lesion), WT (withdrawal time)
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