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Boston-Bowel-Preparation-Scale

Various measures introduced in recent decades have led to a reduction in the mortality rate due to colorectal carcinoma. They include screening colonoscopy.

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Follow-up intervals after polypectomy

Follow-up intervals after polypectomy Colonoscopy is the most reliable procedure for detecting colorectal carcinomas and polyps. The aim of colonoscopy must be to achieve a

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Sydney classification- assessment of deep mural injury after endoscopic mucosal resection.

Classification presented by Burgess NG et al. based on retrospective evaluation, clinical observations and image analysis. It allows for the assessment of deep mural injury

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Classifications | Lower GI tract

WASP classification – optical diagnosis of polyps <10mm

Recently sessile serrated lesions (SSLs) have been recognized as another important precursor lesion to CRC. SSLs are thought be responsible for 15–30% of colorectal cancer.

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Classifications | Lower GI tract

Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Endoscopic Scores

Chronic inflammatorey bowel disease (IBD) with ist two forms Crohns Disease (CD) and Ulcerative Colitis (UC) can be classified by various endoscopic scores with regards

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Classifications | Lower GI tract

Polyp Classification: BASIC

Basic (BLI Adenoma Serrated International Classification) Classification for colorectal polyp characterization with blue light imaging

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Paris Classification: Early Colorectal Cancers

The Paris classification for superficial / early tumors should be part of a standard terminology for endoscopic assessment. This classification applies to the entire gastrointestinal

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Classifications | Lower GI tract | Upper GI tract

Paris Classification Early Cancer

Endoscopic treatment for early carcinoma in the gastrointestinal tract has in the meantime become evidence-based and has been incorporated into national and international guidelines

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Polyp Classification: NICE

The NICE (NBI International Colorectal Endoscopic) Classification is based on narrow-band images of colon polyps. The classification uses staining, vascular patterns, and surface patterns to

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