A Prospective Study on Endoscopy for Luminal Abnormalities on Imaging and Its Impact on Clinical Management
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Cross-sectional imaging is increasingly used as an initial diagnostic test in evaluating patients with a variety of symptoms. When luminal abnormalities are detected these patients are referred to a gastroenterologist for further evaluation and management. There are limited data whether endoscopy is necessary and if endoscopy would alter the clinical management of these subjects.
Kumaravel, V., Mahmoud, M., Klyve, D., Hernandez, L.V., Guda, N.M. (2015). A prospective study on endoscopy for luminal abnormalities on imaging and its impact on clinical management. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 81(5), AB237-AB238. DOI: 10.1016/j.gie.2015.03.1332
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