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NICE and JNET Classification With NBI/BLI

NICE and JNET Classification With NBI/BLI

19 Aug 2021 14:05 14:25
(20 mins)
Yasushi Sano Speaker
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Although magnifying chromoendoscopy had been a reliable diagnostic tool, narrow-band imaging (NBI) has been developed in Japan since 1999. The technology of the NBI system is based on modifying the spectral features by narrowing the bandwidth of spectral transmittance using various optical filters. To standardize these diagnostic strategies, we will focus on the NBI International Colorectal Endoscopic (NICE) classification/ the Japan NBI Expart Team (JNET) classificationthe proposed for use by endoscopists with or without a magnifying endoscope. However, more prospective research is needed to prove that this classification can be applied with satisfactory availability, feasibility, and reliability. In the future, NBI might contribute to the evaluation of real-time histological prediction during colonoscopy, which has substantial benefits for both reducing the risk of polypectomy and saving the cost of histological evaluation by resecting and discarding diminutive adenomatous polyps (resect and discard strategy).

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