Further refinement of a predictive calculation for the sessile serrated polyp detection rate

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Stanley, Sarah
Wiggins, Leslie
Szetoo, Wiyang
Jones, Dianne
McIvor, Carolyn
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2020
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The potential inclusion of the Sessile Serrated Polyp (SSP) detection rate as a KPI for quality colonoscopy is complicated by determining an accurate definition of a SSP. Reporting of an SSP can be pathologist dependent & may require detailed review of the endoscopic appearance alongside the histology report. Given that SSPs may be implicated in up to 30% of colorectal cancers and the burden associated with routine collection of such KPIs, the development and validation of a predictive calculation associated with polyp detection rates is attractive, and may circumvent inconsistent pathology reporting. However, consideration must be given to the different definitions of what is a clinically significant SSP & if the predictive calculation holds for the multiple definitions of SSP.

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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
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Stanley, S; Wiggins, L; Szetoo, W; Jones, D; McIvor, C, Further refinement of a predictive calculation for the sessile serrated polyp detection rate, Further refinement of a predictive calculation for the sessile serrated polyp detection rate, 2020, 91 (6), pp. AB563-AB563