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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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Submucosal Injection EMR vs. Underwater EMR for Colorectal Polyps

The endoscopic resection of benign colon polyps (polypectomy) plays a vital role in the prevention of colo-rectal cancer. While, small pedunculated polyps are removed with ease, large flat lesions pose a greater challenge. As a result, special techniques have been developed to assist in the removal of these difficult polyps. ...

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PROSpective Assessment of Post EmR Recurrence

Colonoscopy and polypectomy reduces the anticipated incidence of colorectal malignancy in patients with significant adenomatous polyps by approximately 80% in long term follow up. Most endoscopists routinely perform removal of small polyps. However, removal of flat colonic neoplasia 20mm in size or larger is more complex and requires specific endoscopic ...

Phase N/A

Clip Placement Following Endoscopic Mucosal Resection - Randomised Trial

The outlined literature suggests that colonic post EMR bleeding may be prevented by the use of prophylactic endoscopic clips. There has thus far been no prospective study to confirm this concept. The ideal way to prove the hypothesis is to conduct a randomised controlled trial to evaluated the use of ...

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Comparison of the Benefit of Chromoendoscopy in Addition to High Definition White Light and Narrow Band Imaging for the Prediction of Submucosal Invasive Cancer in Colonic Lesions

Wide-field (WF) EMR is now accepted as a safe and effective alternative to surgery for removal of large (>20mm) laterally spreading lesions (LSLs). Assessment of the risk of submucosal invasive cancer (SMIC) is paramount to determining whether a lesion should be attempted for resection by endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR). Lesions ...

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e-Nose and Colorectal Cancer

Rationale: An electronic nose (eNose) is an artificial olfactory system that analyses volate organic compounds (VOCs) in exhaled breath. Exhaled human breath is mainly composed of inorganic compounds, inert gases and VOCs. VOCs are exhaled in very low concentrations and reflect pathological processes such as inflammation, oxidation, infection and neoplasms. ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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.

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