Usefulness of a novel computer-aided detection system for colorectal neoplasia: a randomized controlled trialArtificial intelligence–based computer-aid detection (CADe) devices have been recently tested in colonoscopies, increasing the adenoma detection rate (ADR), mainly in Asian populations. However, evidence for the benefit of these devices in the occidental population is still low. We tested a new CADe device, namely, ENDO-AID (OIP-1) (Olympus, Tokyo, Japan), in clinical practice.
Incidence and natural history of gastric high-grade dysplasia in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis syndromeFamilial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) is characterized by high risks of colonic and extracolonic tumors. Recent studies have suggested a rising risk for gastric cancer (GC). We sought to define the spectrum of premalignant gastric polyps in FAP, focusing on high-grade dysplasia (HGD).
Genotype–phenotype correlation of small-intestinal polyps on small-bowel capsule endoscopy in familial adenomatous polyposisIn familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), neoplastic lesions outside the colon have become increasingly important. The genotype–phenotype correlation has been established for duodenal polyps, and regular screening is recommended. However, this correlation remains unclear for small-intestinal lesions, except for reports on the relationship between their occurrence and Spigelman stage. Here, we used small-bowel capsule endoscopy (SBCE) to investigate the genotype–phenotype correlation of small-intestinal polyps in FAP.
Second-generation distal attachment cuff for adenoma detection in screening colonoscopy: a randomized multicenter studyRandomized studies have demonstrated that a distal attachment cap with rubber side arms, the Endocuff Vision (ECV; Olympus America, Center Valley, Pa, USA), increased colonoscopic adenoma detection rate (ADR) in various mixed patient collectives. This is the first study to evaluate its use in a primary colonoscopic screening program.