Innovating to advance colonoscopy

Artificial Intelligence

Expanding the ELUXEO LED Multi-Light Imaging system to deliver an unmatched set of innovative solutions for colonoscopy on one future ready platform.

It’s time to rethink what’s possible when it comes to elevating performance and quality in colonoscopy. The true innovation leader in delivering LED multi-light technology, ELUXEO is the endoscopic imaging system trusted today by 1,000s of healthcare facilities across the globe and at 100s of hospitals and ASCs across the US since introduction in 2018. With this expansion, Fujifilm leverages a long history of innovation in Artificial Intelligence to deliver a scalable, future ready platform with an unmatched set of innovative solutions for colonic polyp detection and sizing.


Fujifilm CAD EYE®

Colonic Polyp Detection

CAD EYE detection system was developed utilizing AI deep learning technology to support real-time detection of colonic mucosal lesions such as polyps and adenomas during colonoscopy procedures.

The system delivers both visual and auditory cues to the physician without disrupting workflow, to help prevent lesion oversight — where lesions are in the view but cannot be detected — as well as on the edge of the observation range.

Watch — and listen to — CAD EYE in action!

CAD EYE in Clinical Studies

Studies indicate CAD EYE can lead to considerable advances in colorectal cancer screening and surveillance1 as it:

  • Detects significantly more adenomas during screening and surveillance compared to conventional high-definition colonoscopy, without any increase in procedure time.1,2
  • CAD EYE demonstrates a 17% higher adenoma per colonoscopy (APC) compared to high definition conventional colonoscopy.1
  • Adenoma detection rate (ADR) with CAD EYE was 53.6%, significantly higher than ADR with conventional colonoscopy at 45.3%.2
  1. Desai M et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2024 Feb 23. doi: 10.14309/ajg.0000000000002664.

  2. Rondonotti et al. Endoscopy 2022 54(12):1171-1179,

Real-time Detection

CAD EYE is aimed to improve real time polyp detection, helping to recognize flat lesions, multiple polyps simultaneously, as well as lesions at the corner of the image. CAD EYE Detection is possible with White Light and LCI (Linked Color Imaging) mode.

White Light Mode (left) vs LCI Mode (right)

Clinical evidence has shown improved adenoma detection with LCI compared to HD White Light.1


  1. The Effect of Linked Color Imaging for Adenoma Detection. A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Studies. Wang et al. J Gastrointestin Liver Dis. 2022 Mar 19;31(1):67-73. DOI: 10.15403/jgld-4027

Enhancing Visualization, Stabilization & Control During Colonoscopy

G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes

G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes* are a unique and innovative technology that expands Fujifilm’s broad portfolio of colonoscope offerings to further enhance ADR performance. The novel G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes are designed to assist with visualization, stabilization, and control during colonoscopy.
In published clinical studies, G-EYE® colonoscopy demonstrated a significant increase in adenoma detection yield over standard colonoscopy.1, 2

What makes these colonoscopes unique is the integrated balloon at the bending section that can be reused and reprocessed. Complete with its own inflation system, G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes are inserted by traditional technique, with the balloon deflated. The exceptional maneuverability of these scopes is uncompromised, allowing for smooth and controlled insertion and withdrawal.

With one click, the balloon can be inflated to a regulated pre-set pressure level for Controlled Withdrawal.  Withdrawal of the colonoscope with the balloon moderately inflated provides benefits that have been shown to aid adenoma detection as the ballon assist1, 2:

  • unfolds and flattens the colonic surface
  • centralizes optics within the colon lumen
  • reduces bowel slippage
  • assists in controlling the colonoscope’s field of view and positioning

G-EYE® 700 Series Colonoscopes are fully compatible with the ELUXEO Endoscopic Imaging System, leveraging LED Multi-light technology and also come equipped with features Linked Color Imaging (LCI®) — designed to enhance mucosal visualization to aid in detection of lesions and enable more accurate delineation — as well as Blue Light Imaging (BLI) which allows for high contrast imaging of microvessels.

Learn more about Fujifilm Colonoscopes

  1. Clinical Evidence: Shirin, H. et al. G-EYE® colonoscopy is superior to standard colonoscopy for increasing adenoma detection rate: an international randomized controlled trial (September 2018 Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 89(3) DOI: 10.1016/j.gie.2018.09.028)

  2. Halpern, Z. et al. Comparison of adenoma detection and miss rates between a novel balloon colonoscope and standard colonoscopy: a randomized tandem study (Endoscopy 2015; 47(03): 238-244 DOI: 10.1055/s-0034-1391437)

G-EYE® is manufactured by Smart Medical Systems LTD and distributed in the U.S. by FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation. G-EYE® is a registered trademark of Smart Medical Systems, LTD. Controlled Withdrawal is a trademark of Smart Medical Systems LTD.

In Vivo Polyp Measurement at the Touch of a Button

Fujifilm SCALE EYE

Real accuracy for in vivo polyp measurement is here. Polyp size is a major factor in determining a patient’s recommended follow-up interval and may impact the strategy for resection, but with limited measurement tools available, the accepted standard remains visual estimation, making it difficult to ensure accuracy and consistency across all providers. Fujifilm’s SCALE EYE technology aims to address these challenges by delivering objective, real-time measurement support. Using a laser-equipped colonoscope and innovative image processing software, a linear or circular virtual scale can be displayed on the endoscopic image with just the touch of a scope button.

Studies have demonstrated advantages of Fujifilm SCALE EYE virtual scale endoscopes (VSE) compared to current visual estimation methods.

  • VSE has higher relative accuracy of 85.4% for polyp size measurements compared with visual size estimation at 66.8%.1

  • The virtual scale function has the potential to standardize measurements among endoscopists.2

  1. von Renteln D, et al. Measuring size of smaller colorectal polyps using a virtual scale function during endoscopies, Gut. 2023 Mar;72(3):417-420.

  2. Shimoda R, et al. Estimating colorectal polyp size with a virtual scale endoscope and visual estimation during colonoscopy: Prospective, preliminary comparison of accuracy Dig Endosc. 2022 Nov;34(7):1471-1477.

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