Douglas K. Rex, MD
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Indiana University School of Medicine; Gastroenterologist, Indiana University Hospitals
“Chromoendoscopy, Electronic Chromoendoscopy, White-Light Endoscopy or ‘Add-On’ Devices: What Should I Use to Increase My ADR?”
- Clinical Practice
- Technologies and Procedural Innovation
Date and Time:
Friday, May 21, 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Dr. Rex’s presentation kicks off this joint symposium by discussing appropriate ADR goals for screening and FIT positive populations. His talk will demonstrate basic examination techniques associated with high detection of adenomas and serrated lesions, as well as non-device techniques that improve detection during colonoscopy. Dr. Rex will review technology that enhances recognition of flat lesions will be reviewed, including the new dominant role of artificial intelligence where available, and will demonstrate the impact of mucosal exposure devices.
This session will feature a live Q&A session so attendees can ask questions in real time. See the full line-up of presentations during this session:
|Douglas K. Rex, MD||Chromoendoscopy, Electronic Chromoendoscopy, White-Light Endoscopy or ‘Add-On’ Devices: What Should I Use to Increase My ADR?|
|Rajvinder Singh, MBBS, Mphil, FRACP, AM, FRCP||Characterization of Colorectal Lesion (And Scars): Nice, Wasp, JNET And Modified Sano-Simplified and Explained|
|Tyler Berzin, MD||Artificial Intelligence in Colonoscopy: Will it Stamp its Mark this Decade?|
|Michael Bourke, MBBS, FRACP||EMR And ESD In Colorectal Polyps: Can We Just Meet Half-Way?|
|Payal Saxena, MBBS||Full-Thickness Resection in Colorectal Neoplasia: Indication, Technique, Outcomes|
This session is included in the cost of registration for DDW 2021 and will be available to watch live or on demand until Aug. 23, 2021. View the DDW Online Planner for the full DDW agenda over May 21-23.