Computed Tomographic Colonography for Colorectal Cancer Screening in an Average Risk Screening Population: Systematic Review and Economic Evaluation
CADTH’s health technology assessment report on computed tomographic colonography (CTC) examines the clinical-effectiveness and the cost-effectiveness of population-based colorectal cancer screening strategies. This assessment focuses on the introduction of CTC versus conventional (optical) colonoscopy in average risk adults 50- to 74 –years-old. It also examines the capital and human resources requirements for implementing screening programs that involve CTC screening across Canadian jurisdictions.
This complete report has been extensively peer-reviewed by external clinical and methodological experts.
- Technology Report (153 pages)
- Report in Brief (1 page: Report-at-a-glance)
- Research Highlights (4 pages: Key findings for policy makers, administrators, and health care providers)
- Technology Overview (14 pages: More detailed summary)
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