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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.


Found (85) clinical trials

Urine Metabolomics and Colorectal Cancer Screening

This is a prospective, multi-centered study to assess whether urine metabolomics can play a role in the screening of colorectal cancer (CRC). Urine samples will be collected from 1000 patients going through an established CRC screening program, and from a further 500 patients who already have a diagnosis of CRC. ...

Phase N/A

Use of Accessory Device AmplifEYE During Average Risk Screening Colonoscopy to Increase Adenoma Detection Rate

The purpose of this investigator-initiated study is to determine whether the use of an accessory device called AmplifEYE can improve colonoscopy quality in patients who are undergoing average risk colorectal cancer screening. Primary end point is adenoma detection rates.

Phase N/A

Prospective Trial to Compare ADR of G-EYE Colonoscopy With Standard Colonoscopy

This is a single-center, two-arm , randomized, open-label study intended to compare the detection rate obtained by performing G-EYE colonoscopy vs. the detection rate obtained by performing standard colonoscopy. The study will enroll 350 subjects. Consecutive adult subjects who were referred for elective colonoscopy will be asked to enroll in ...

Phase N/A

Comparison Rectal Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection to Endoscopic Mucosal Resection

EMR is a very effective procedure for lesions smaller than 20 mm. With this size the polyp can be removed en bloc. En bloc resection is preferred as it minimises the likelihood of residual adenoma and enhances histological assessment. It is also curative in superficially invasive submucosal disease. It eliminates ...

Phase N/A

Acetic Acid for Optical Characterization of Colonic Polyps

Adenomas and hyperplastic polyps are polypoid lesions that can occur in any part of the colon. Currently all polyps should be resected endoscopically, however adenomas have the potential to develop into colorectal cancer whereas hyperplastic polyps do not. This approach enables the lesions to be evaluated under the microscope. Currently ...

Phase N/A

Hereditary Colorectal and Associated Tumor Registry Study

After informed consent, participants will be asked to complete a medical/family history questionnaire and provide a blood sample. Participants will also be asked for their permission for study investigators to access medical records and/or recontact them for updates to their medical and family histories. Data and biospecimens will be stored ...

Phase N/A

Evaluation of Colonic Diminutive Polyps With Electronic Filters

Any diminutive polyps encountered during a colonoscopy will be examined with the use of electronic filters and magnification and assigned by the endoscopist to a adenoma/non adenoma category, resected and retrieved: a follow up surveillance period will be assigned on the basis of the endoscopic appearance of the polyps. Each ...

Phase N/A

Point of Care Test to Diagnosed Colorectal Cancer and Polyps in Low Middle Income Countries

In Phase 1, urine will be collected from 450 Nigerian patients (150 with CRC, 150 with polyps, and 150 patients with no colon premalignant or malignant pathology. These samples will be used to refine a handheld biosensor. This handheld biosensor is intended to be a cost-effective POC diagnostic test highly ...

Phase N/A

Withdrawal Time and Use of Wide-angle Endoscope to Increase the Adenoma Detection Rate of Screening Colonoscopy

Introduction Colonoscopy outcome is strictly related to the adenoma detection rate. An endoscopy withdrawal time >6min has been suggested to increase the adenoma detection rate since it allows for accurate evaluation of the several hidden areas of the colon. The FUSE endoscope has been demonstrated also to reduce the rate ...

Phase N/A

Computer Aided Diagnosis of Colorectal Neoplasms During Colonoscopic Examination

An NBI-based diagnosis requires training and experience. We are developing a system of computerized image recognition, which can detect possible NBI features of polyps, and provide a more objective diagnosis, which allows nonexpert endoscopists to achieve a high diagnostic accuracy.

Phase N/A