DOI : 10.1055/s-00000012

Endoscopy

Issue S 01 · Volume 54 · April 2022 DOI: 10.1055/s-012-53320


ESGE Days 2022
Prague, Czech Republic, 28.–30.04.2022

Helmut Messmann (Germany)
ESGE President and ESGE Days 2022 Scientific Committee Chairman

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Rath, T.; Atreya, R.; Bodenschatz, J.; Uter, W.; Vitali, F.; Fischer, S.; Waldner, M.; Hartmann, A.; Neurath, M.F.: COMPARISON OF ENDOSCOPIC HEALING, HISTOLOGIC HEALING AND INTESTINAL BARRIER HEALING FOR PREDICTING LONG TERM DISEASE BEHAVIOUR IN IBD PATIENTS
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Sinonquel, P.; Jans, A.; Pierick, M.; Seerden, T.; Sloth, S.; Karstensen, J.G.; De Hertogh, G.; Demedts, I.; Willekens, H.; Vermeire, S.; Bisschops, R.: DYE ANOTHER DAY: DYE-BASED CHROMOENDOSCOPY VERSUS I-SCAN VIRTUAL CHROMOENDOSCOPY IN LONG-STANDING UC: A MULTICENTER PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
OP028
Iacucci, M.; Ingram, R.J.M.; Bazarova, A.; Cannatelli, R.; Labarile, N.; Nardone, O.M.; Parigi, T.L.; Siau, K.; Smith, S.CL; Ferraz, J.GP; Kiesslich, R.; Panaccione, R.; Parra-Blanco, A.; Tontini, G.E.; Uraoka, T.; Ghosh, S.: VALIDATION OF A NEW OPTICAL DIAGNOSIS TRAINING PLATFORM TO IMPROVE DYSPLASIA CHARACTERISATION IN INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE (OPTIC-IBD): A MULTICENTRE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED STUDY
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López-Serrano, A.; Díaz, R.; Besó, P.; Algarra, A.; Santonja, F.J.; Machancoses, A.; Del Pozo, P.; Latorre, P.; Tomás, H.; Paredes, J.M.: EFFECT OF AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM IN THE DETECTION OF DYSPLASIAS DURING COLONOSCOPY IN PATIENTS WITH LONG-STANDING ULCERATIVE COLITIS. PRELIMINARY RESULTS
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Iacucci, M.; Cannatelli, R.; Parigi, T.L.; Buda, A.; Labarile, N.; Nardone, O.M.; Tontini, G.E.; Rimondi, A.; Bazarova, A.; Bhandari, P.; Bisschops, R.; De Hertogh, G.; del Amor, R.; Ferraz, J.G; Goetz, M.; Gui, X.; Hayee, B.; Kiesslich, R.; Lazarev, M.; Naranjo, V.; Panaccione, R.; Parra-Blanco, A.; Pastorelli, L.; Rath, T.; Røyset, E.S; Vieth, M.; Villanacci, V.; Zardo, D.; Ghosh, S.; Grisan, E.: A VIRTUAL CHROMOENDOSCOPY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM TO DETECT ENDOSCOPIC AND HISTOLOGIC REMISSION IN ULCERATIVE COLITIS