Clinical Trial: Performance of Artificial Intelligence in Colonoscopy for Right Colon Polyp Detection

Study Status: COMPLETED
Recruit Status: COMPLETED
Study Type: INTERVENTIONAL




Official Title: Performance of Artificial Intelligence in Colonoscopy for Right Colon Polyp Detection: a Randomized Controlled Trial

Brief Summary:

The aim of the study is to assess whether the use of artificial intelligence improves polyp detection in a segment of the colon (the right colon).

To achieve this objective, patients will be divided into two groups: one will undergo a standard colonoscopy, the other a colonoscopy with the artificial intelligence software connected to the machine.

This software does not modify the colonoscopy technique in any way, and does not require the administration of any product to the patient.

The study will compare the detection rate of right colon polyps between the group of patients who underwent standard colonoscopy and those who underwent colonoscopy with artificial intelligence.
If this number does not differ between the two groups, the investigators can conclude that there is no point in using artificial intelligence.