A predefined text only describes a specific part of endoscopic procedure. Similar to the standardised reports are lists of diagnoses available to choose from for the texts, categorised into the different parts of the gastrointestinal tract. A complete report is build by combining several of these texts. In the report of for example a gastroscopy is a separate text chosen for oesophagus, stomach, duodenal bulb and duodenum, procedures and advice. The benefit of this reporting method is the ability to report less frequent seen abnormalities or combinations of abnormalities. But more choices have to be made to generate a complete report. This method allows for documentation of around 80% of all procedures.