ADR is defined as the proportion of colonoscopies with at least one adenoma detected in all colonoscopies. Polyp detection rate (PDR) is defined as the proportion of colonoscopies with at least one polyp detected in all colonoscopies. The serrated adenoma detection rate (SADR) is defined as the proportion of colonoscopies with at least one sessile serrated adenoma/polyp (SSA/P) and/or traditional serrated adenoma (TSA) detected in all colonoscopies. The advanced adenoma detection rate (AADR) is defined as proportion of colonoscopies with at least one advanced adenoma (adenomas ≥ 10 mm or with villous components or high-grade dysplasia) in all colonoscopies. The neoplasia detection rate (NDR) is defined as proportion of colonoscopies with at least one neoplasia (intramucosal carcinoma and/or adenocarcinoma) in all colonoscopies. The mean adenoma per procedure (MAP) is defined as the total number of adenomas divided by the total number of procedures. The mean polyp per procedure (MPP) is defined as the total number of polyps divided by the total number of procedures. The cecal intubation rate (CIR) is defined as achieving cecal intubation during the insertion phase of colonoscopy.

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