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消化管画像および診断技術の進歩

Technological Advances in Gastrointestinal Imaging and Diagnosis

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 917457
出版日 ページ情報 英文 64 Pages
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消化管画像および診断技術の進歩 Technological Advances in Gastrointestinal Imaging and Diagnosis
出版日: 2019年11月15日 ページ情報: 英文 64 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、消化管画像イメージングおよび診断に用いる技術ならびに製品の進歩について取り上げ、各種の内視鏡、診断装置、分子イメージング、分子診断、また造影剤などの動向やイノベーションについて詳細な分析を行っています。さらに重要な市場成長機会や採るべき必須の戦略について提言しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

第2章 技術概観

  • 当レポートの調査範囲
  • 消化管についての解剖学、生理学、および病態生理学
  • 内視鏡発達タイムライン

第3章 上部消化管内視鏡、大腸内視鏡、診断装置、およびアクセサリー類のイノベーション

  • 複焦点式超音波内視鏡
  • 探針による傷害を防ぐことができる、より安全な超音波内視鏡
  • 高度な可視化機能と照明機能を持つ内視鏡
  • 複合的内視鏡画像ソリューション
  • 大腸内視鏡検査時の迅速な腸管洗浄
  • さまざまな長さ、直径、および柔軟度を持った内視鏡
  • プローブ型共焦点レーザー顕微内視鏡プラットフォーム
  • 内視鏡検査用の一連のアクセサリー類
  • 超音波内視鏡ガイド式微細針吸引生検
  • 胃腸疾患に対する高分解能圧力測定および呼気検査
  • 内視鏡検査と同時に行う切開、切除、および組織採集
  • 大腸内視鏡検査用の革新的なバルーン技術
  • 従来の消化管内視鏡検査の限界を克服した革新的なバルーン技術

第4章 コンピュータ支援診断

  • 概要: 消化管系疾患のコンピュータ支援診断
  • 消化管系疾患用CAD (コンピュータ支援診断) の関連企業

第5章 非侵襲的内視鏡検査: カプセル内視鏡

  • カプセル内視鏡の必要性、タイプ、および発達
  • カプセル内視鏡の主要企業、製品、および用途
  • 臨床的に重要な画像を自動スクリーン表示できるカプセル内視鏡
  • 360度パノラマ画像機能を持つカプセル内視鏡
  • 極めて微弱なX線やワイヤレス技術を使用したカプセル内視鏡
  • バッテリーを必要としないカプセル内視鏡技術
  • 市場に投入されているその他のカプセル内視鏡技術
  • マサチューセッツ総合病院での最近のカプセル内視鏡開発
  • SONOPILL: カプセル型超音波内視鏡の新たな道を切り開く
  • Sonopillの商業的および学問的パートナー

第6章 消化管系疾患診断に用いる分子イメージング

  • 内視鏡分子イメージング (MEI)
  • 食道および胃に関する主な内視鏡分子イメージング論文の要旨
  • 大腸に関する主な内視鏡分子イメージング論文の要旨
  • MEIの将来および課題
  • 分子イメージングに用いるさまざまなプローブの特性

第7章 消化管系疾患の分子診断

  • 非侵襲的な便診断検査の種類と重要性
  • 非侵襲的な大腸癌検知キット
  • 大腸癌に対する非侵襲的な便診断検査

第8章 消化管系画像用の造影剤

  • 造影剤の投与と機能
  • CT用造影剤
  • X線透視撮影用造影剤

第9章 市場成長機会

  • 5大成長機会
  • 必須戦略事項

第10章 業界への主な影響要因

  • 業界内の相互作用
  • 免責条項
目次
Product Code: D8ED

Analysis of Current and Developing Technologies in Endoscopy, Colonoscopy, Associated Accessories, Capsule Endoscopy, Molecular Diagnosis and Imaging, AI Applications, and Contrast Agents

The gastrointestinal tract has been one of the most difficult areas to evaluate with available imaging standards. Since the introduction of endoscope in 1960s, there have been continuous advances in endoscopy by replacing fiberoptics with CCD (Charge-coupled device) detectors. The Japanese method of staining mucosa with dye-spray called “chromoendoscopy” assisted diagnosis, however, did not get momentum in western world due to time-intensive and learning curves associated with it. Previous GIT studies lacked sensitivity and specificity, and recent developments have transformed the field of GIT imaging.

White light endoscopy was the bench mark for detection of GIT disorders; however, there was still a high rate of misdiagnosis. High definition (HD) endoscopy has improved the detection of GIT abnormalities like neoplastic, pre-neoplastic or inflammatory conditions. Further developments in imaging such as image-enhanced endoscopy, magnification, endo-microscopy, or virtual intelligence have enhanced histological predictions.

Video capsule endoscopy (VCE) is extremely useful in for diagnosis and management of GIT disorders due to non-invasive ability throughout image capturing and ability to cover entire GI tract. VCE is particularly helpful for small bowel imaging, however, it comes with its own limitations.

Ultrasound being ionizing radiation-free and provides real-time results, particularly useful in pediatric applications. Contrast enhanced ultrasound and hydro sonography are the latest developments. Cross-sectional imaging techniques such as CT, MRI, and PET are being used to support evaluation further.

Colonoscopy helps reduce the mortality associated with colorectal cancer (CRC) through detection and resection of neoplastic polyps; however, polyps detection can go un-noticed even by experienced and trained physicians with accuracy rate of around 80%*. To address this challenge computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) is attracting attention to help endoscopists avoid missing polyps.

Molecular probes and antibodies have enabled a combination approach by integrating fundamental research and clinical endoscopy. During molecular imaging, cellular structures are labelled with molecular probes or antibodies and visualized through endoscopy, enabling characterization of molecular profile of tissues.

Imaging tests performed can suggest the presence of cancer while biopsy or genomic can make a definite diagnosis.

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Research Background: Addressing the Gaps in Gastrointestinal Tract Imaging and Diagnosis
  • 1.2. Research Scope: Advances in Gastrointestinal Tract Imaging and Diagnosis
  • 1.3. Analysis Framework: Frost & Sullivan Core Value
  • 1.4. Research Methodology: Five Steps Toward Success
  • 1.5. Key Findings of GIT imaging and Diagnosis

2.0. Technology Snapshot

  • 2.1. Areas Covered in This Research Study
  • 2.2. Gastrointestinal Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology
  • 2.3. Endoscope Development Timeline

3.0. Innovations in Endoscopy, Colonoscopy, Diagnostic Devices, and Accessories

  • 3.1. Endoscopic Ultrasound Enhanced Imaging with Two Focus Setting
  • 3.2. Safer Endoscopic Ultrasound System to Avoid Needle Injuries
  • 3.3. Endoscopy with Advanced Visualization and Illumination
  • 3.4. Multiple Endo-imaging Solutions
  • 3.5. Rapid Bowel Cleansing During Colonoscopy Procedures
  • 3.6. Endoscopes with a Range of Lengths, Diameters, and Flexibilities
  • 3.7. Probe-based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy Platform
  • 3.8. A Line of Accessories for Endoscopic Procedures
  • 3.9. Endoscopy Ultrasound-guided Fine Needle Aspiration and Biopsy
  • 3.10. High Resolution Manometry and Breath Testing for GI Disorders
  • 3.11. Simultaneous Dissection, Resection, and Collection of Tissue During Endoscopy
  • 3.12. Innovative Balloon Technology for Colonoscopy
  • 3.13. Innovative Balloon Technology Overcoming Conventional Limitations of GI Endoscopy

4.0. Computer-aided Diagnosis

  • 4.1. Overview: Computer-aided Diagnosis for GIT Disorder
  • 4.2. Participants in CAD for GIT Disorders

5.0. Non-invasive Endoscopy: Capsule Endoscopy

  • 5.1. Need of Capsule Endoscopy, Types, and Developments
  • 5.2. Leading Participants in Capsule Endoscopy, Their Products and Applications
  • 5.3. Capsule Endoscope that Auto-screens Clinically Significant Images
  • 5.4. Capsule Endoscope with 360 Degree Panoramic Imaging View
  • 5.5. Capsule Endoscopy with Ultralow X-rays and Wireless Technology
  • 5.6. Battery-free Technology in Capsule Endoscopy
  • 5.7. Other Capsule Endoscopic Technologies in the Market
  • 5.8. Recent Development in Capsule Endoscopy by Massachusetts General Hospital
  • 5.9. SONOPILL: Exploring New Avenues in Ultrasound Capsule Endoscopy
  • 5.10. Commercial and Academic Partners of Sonopill

6.0. Molecular Imaging for GIT Disorder Diagnosis

  • 6.1. Molecular Endoscopic Imaging (MEI)
  • 6.2. Summary of Major Molecular Endoscopic Imaging Studies of Esophagus and Stomach
  • 6.3. Summary of Major Molecular Endoscopic Imaging Studies of Colon
  • 6.4. Future and Challenges of MEI
  • 6.5. Characteristics of Various Probes Used for Molecular Imaging

7.0. Molecular Diagnosis for GIT Disorders

  • 7.1. Types and Importance of Non-invasive Fecal Diagnostic Tests
  • 7.2. Non-invasive Colon Cancer Detection Kit
  • 7.3. Non-invasive Fecal Diagnostic Tests for Colorectal Cancer

8.0. Contrast Agent for GIT Imaging

  • 8.1. Administration and Features of Contrast Agents
  • 8.2. Contrast Agents for CT
  • 8.3. Contrast Agents for Fluoroscopy

9.0. Growth Opportunities

  • 9.1. Five Major Growth Opportunities
  • 9.2. Strategic Imperatives

10.0. Key Industry Influencers

  • 10.1. Industry Interactions
  • 10.1. Industry Interactions (continued)
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