BLUE WATER INFUSION DURING COLONOSCOPY DOES NOT INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY THE ADENOMA DETECTION RATE COMPARED TO STANDARD COLONOSCOPY : RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED COMPARATIVE STUDY INVOLVING 984 PATIENTS IN 8 CENTERS : THE « GRAND BLEU » STUDY.

Mathieu Pioche  1     Adriane Lesne  2     Olivier Rouquette  3     Fabien Petit-Laurent  4     Gwenaelle Tourlonias  5     Audrey Pasquion     Jerome Rivory     Guillermo Aguero Garcete     Julien Scanzi     Sylvaine Chalumeau     Christine Chambon-Augoyard     Driffa Moussata     Florence Léger-Nguyen     Stephane Degeorges     Marion Chauvenet     Thierry Fontanges     Sandrine Baub    
1 Gastroenterology and endoscopy division,Pavillon L, Hôpital Edouard Herriot,Lyon,France
2 Gastroenterology and endoscopy division,Pavillon L, Edouard Herriot Hospital ,Lyon,France
3 Gastroenterology,University hospital d'Estaing,Clermont-Ferrand,France
4 Gastroenterology,Nord ouest Hospital center ,Villefranche sur Saone,France
5 Gastroent

Conference
UEG Week 2015

Citation
United European Gastroenterology Journal; 2015: 2 (Supplement 1)


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