The BASIC classification for colorectal polyp characterization uses Blue Light Imaging System and stands for BLI Adenoma Serrated International Classification, i.e. a classification of colon adenomas, including serrated lesions based on BLI technology, which can be read in detail in the March issue of Endoscopy (Bisschops et al., Endoscopy. 2018 Mar; 50(3):211–20).
How BASIC works:
To read the full BASIC study by R. Bisschops, C. Hassan et al. and learn more about Blue Light Imaging, click here.
16. August 2018 | News
Read the latest patient case by Dr. Milán Szalai & Dr. László Madácsy from Endo-Kapszula Private Medical Center, Hungary:
A 36 year-old man was admitted for dysphagia, food impaction and heartburn. About 10 years ago he had clinical signs of frequent gastrooesophageal reflux, but no treatment was applied and contrast X-ray showed no pathological malformation.
Patient Case – Eosinophil Oesophagitis
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30. April 2018 | LCI, News
Read the abstract on a randomized tandem colonoscopy study, showing that LCI could reduce the miss rate of neoplastic lesions in the right colon.
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1. March 2018 | News, news-short, Trainings
The Training Module on the Application of BLI for Barrett’s Oesophagus is now available with an improved usability.
This tool had previously been developed in cooperation with Prof. Jacques Bergman (AMC, NL), Prof. Oliver Pech (Regensburg, GER) & Prof. Raf Bisschops (Leuven, BEL).
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