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Current Issue October 2016

European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy – Establishing the key unanswered research questions within gastrointestinal endoscopy  (FREE ACCESS)

Colin J. Rees, Wee Sing Ngu, Jaroslaw Regula et al.

ESGE has undertaken a comprehensive process to prioritize the key unanswered research questions within the field of gastrointestinal endoscopy. ESGE encourages endoscopy researchers to focus their efforts on addressing highly ranked research questions and encourages funders to prioritize these areas.

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Narrow-band imaging vs. high definition white light for optical diagnosis of small colorectal polyps: a randomized multicenter trial  (FREE ACCESS)

Peter Klare, Bernhard Haller, Sandra Wormbt et al.

Multicenter randomized controlled trial comparing narrow-band imaging (NBI) and high definition white light (HDWL) endoscopy in the optical diagnosis of small (<10mm) neoplastic vs. non-neoplastic colorectal polyps. No significant differences were found in diagnostic accuracy (73.7% and 79.2 %, respectively), although the proportion of polyps assessed with high confidence was significantly lower with NBI than with HDWL (73.7% and 82.6 %, respectively). As the quality of optical diagnoses differed significantly between the participating centers, it remains to be established whether the optical diagnosis method can be applied in a routine clinical setting erience. Benchmarks for quality of optical diagnosis can be achieved with only minimal training.

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Esophageal stenting for benign and malignant disease: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Clinical Guideline  (FREE ACCESS)

Manon C. W. Spaander, Todd H. Baron, Peter D. Siersema et al.

This is the first ESGE Clinical Guideline on the role of esophageal stenting in patients with malignant or benign esophageal disease. The Guideline describes the effectiveness and complications of placement of esophageal stents in these conditions, and makes recommendations on circumstances that warrant their use.


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