Colonoscopy polyp detection rate is a quality indicator

05/15/2010 | WebMD

Patients were less likely to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer between colonoscopies if the physician doing their screenings had an adenoma detection rate of at least 20%, a study found. Researchers suggested physicians track their polyp detection rate and provide the data to patients.

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