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Colon Polyps Clinical Trials

A listing of Colon Polyps medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (83) clinical trials

The Australian Colonic Large Sessile Lesion Endoscopic Resection Study

Colonoscopic polypectomy is well established as an effective way of reducing colorectal cancer mortality. The majority of polyps detected and removed at colonoscopy are adenomas <10mm in size without advanced histology. These lesions have a low risk of progression to malignancy and are relatively easily removed by standard snare polypectomy ...

Phase N/A

Australian Multicentre Colonic Endoscopic Mucosal Resection Study

A prospective, multicentre, observational study of all patients referred for endoscopic resection of sessile colorectal polyps sized 20 mm conducted with intention to treat analysis. Detailed data regarding lesion characteristics (size, location, Paris classification, granular or non-granular surface morphology and Kudo pit pattern), procedural, clinical and histological outcomes and complications ...

Phase N/A

Evaluation of Endorings-2-assisted Colonoscopy: a New Accessory for Improvement of Adenoma Detection Rate?

Screening colonoscopy for colorectal cancer is essential to diagnose and remove adenomas, precancerous stages of colorectal cancer. Unfortunately approximately 25 % of all adenomas are missed during the examination. Recently a new colonoscopy accessory, the Endorings-2 (EndoAid Ltd., Casearea, Israel), has been designed to improved the detection of adenomas during ...

Phase N/A

Linked Color Imaging Versus High-definition White Light Endoscopy for the Detection of Polyps in Patients With Lynch Syndrome (LCI-LYNCH)

Rationale: Linked Color Imaging is a push-button endoscopic imaging technique developed to enhance the visibility of the vasculature and architecture of the mucosal surface by narrowing the spectrum of absorbed light. Compared to High-Definition White Light Endoscopy, mucosal surface patterns are better visualized and this could potentially increase the detection ...

Phase N/A

Cold Snare Polypectomy Versus Endoscopic Mucosal Resection for Colonic Sessile Serrated Polyps

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer and it remains the second most commonly diagnosed malignancy in Australia. Colonoscopic polypectomy reduces the incidence and mortality from CRC by disrupting the adenoma-carcinoma sequence. Screening for CRC has proven to be effective in reducing mortality and morbidity from CRC and ...

Phase N/A

Improving Radical Treatment Through MRI Evaluation of Pelvic Sigmoid Cancers

The primary objective of the IMPRESS Trial will be to compare the proportion of patients undergoing any radical treatment in the two arms of the study. Another primary endpoint is to measure the difference in detection of high risk patients when comparing CT and MRI for all patients. Secondary outcomes ...

Phase N/A

The Australian Colonic Advanced Mucosal Neoplasia and Endoscopic Resection Study

The Australian Colonic Endoscopic Mucosal Resection study (ACE), is a multicentre prospective observational study which examined WF-EMR of colonic AMN (Ethics approval No. HREC JH/TG 2008/9/6.1(2858)). This project now has an extensive dataset from 8 leading colonic endoscopic resection centres in Australia on more than 1500 lesions resected over 4 ...

Phase N/A

Emergence of Chemotherapy Related Hyperglycemia in nOn-diabetic Patients

To assess chemotherapy related hyperglycemia in non-diabetic patients, the investigators will assess the incidence of hyperglycemia and analyze co-medications and risk factors.

Phase N/A

Endoscopic Resection Multicenter Registry

Endoscopic resection can be an appropriate approach in early neoplasms, challenging adenomas or sub-epithelial lesions. Endoscopic resection can be considered as a less invasive approach than surgery. Moreover, endoscopic resection can be available to patients who are ineligible for surgery or who have refused more aggressive surgical intervention. The study ...

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Development of Quality Indicators and Quality Improvement Plan of Colonoscopy in Experienced Endoscopist

This study is an extension of quality assurance program in Seoul National University Hospital Healthcare System Gangnam Center. This study is composed of five periods. First, quality indicators of colonoscopy in experienced endoscopists will be analyzed retrospectively from January 2011 to december 2014. Individual differences and changes of quality indicators ...

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