COmparison of White Light and Linked COlor Imaging for Detection of RIght COlon Polyps

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Jan 1, 2022
  • participants needed
    700
  • sponsor
    Société Française d'Endoscopie Digestive
Updated on 26 March 2021
adenoma
colonoscopy

Summary

Comparison of the number of adenomas missed by the first exploration of the right colon by LCI (linked color imaging) or by white light during a colonoscopy, according to the order of randomization.

Description

All patients consecutively admitted for routine colonoscopy will be included in this prospective randomized crossover study. After randomization, a first exploration of the right colon will be performed in linked color imaging (LCI) or white light imaging (WLI) depending of the randomization. Every polyp will be resected as soon it will be detected. After this first examination, colon will be explored a second time with a light system different from the one used for the first exploration. If a polyp will be detected during the second exploration, it will be counted as a polyp missed by the first exploration method.

A- Inclusion criteria:

  1. Patient consecutively admitted to one of the endoscopy units for routine colonoscopy (screening, positive FIT, personal or family history of polyp or cancer, symptoms)
  2. Patient whose age is greater than or equal to 18 years and less than 90 years
  3. Score: ASA 1, ASA 2, ASA 3
  4. No participation in another clinical study
  5. Signed informed consent

Exclusion criteria:

History of recto-colic resection Inadequate preparation (none under Boston score <2) Patient referred for resection of a polyp in place, known IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) or known polyposis

B- Exclusion criteria:

  1. History of recto-colonic resection
  2. Inadequate preparation (none under Boston score <2)
  3. Patient referred for resection of a known polyp
  4. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  5. family polyposis
  6. Score: ASA 4, ASA 5
  7. Pregnant woman
  8. Patient with coagulation abnormalities preventing polyp resection: TP <50%, Platelets <50000 / mm3, effective anticoagulation in progress, clopidogrel in progress
  9. Patient unable to personally consent
  10. No signed informed consent

Purposes of the study:

Compare, when exploring the number of adenomas missed by the first exploration of the right colon by LCI or by white light, according to the order of randomization.

Evaluation criteria :

Main criterion:

  • Missed right colon adenomas by first exploration in LCI-WLI and WLI-LCI groups

Secondary criteria

  • Rate of polyps missed by the first exploration
  • Serrated polyp rate missed by the first exploration
  • Advanced adenoma rate missed by the first exploration
  • Comparison of ADR, SPDR, given by the first exploration technique decided by randomization

Number of patients:

The expected rate of "missed adenomas" of the colon is about 20%, based on published data. Considering as relevant an 8% reduction in this rate of "missed adenomas" of the right colon by the LCI, the expected rate for LCI is therefore 12%.

With a risk of the first species of 5% (bilateral test), a power of 80%, 329 patients per group should be included in the study. Taking into account the rate lost to follow-up of 5%, we expect a total of 700 patients.

Duration of the study:

1-2 years

Details
Condition COLONIC POLYP, colonoscopy, Colon Adenoma, Adenoma Colon, Colon Polyps
Treatment exploration in white light (WLI), Exploration in LCI
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04112563
SponsorSociété Française d'Endoscopie Digestive
Last Modified on26 March 2021

Eligibility

Yes No Not Sure

Inclusion Criteria

Patient consecutively admitted for routine colonoscopy

Exclusion Criteria

History of recto-colic resection
Inadequate preparation (none under Boston score <2)
Patient referred for resection of a known polyp
known Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) or known polyposis
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