A morphologic analysis of sessile serrated polyps observed during routine colonoscopy (with video).

@article{Tadepalli2011AMA,
  title={A morphologic analysis of sessile serrated polyps observed during routine colonoscopy (with video).},
  author={Uma S Tadepalli and Dennis Feihel and Kenneth M. Miller and Steven H. Itzkowitz and Joseph S Freedman and Susan Kornacki and Lawrence B. Cohen and Neville D Bamji and Carol A. Bodian and James Aisenberg},
  journal={Gastrointestinal endoscopy},
  year={2011},
  volume={74 6},
  pages={1360-8}
}
BACKGROUND Proximal colorectal cancer may arise from sessile serrated polyps (SSPs), which are often inconspicuous during colonoscopy. The gross morphologic characteristics of SSPs have not been systematically described, and this omission may contribute to colonoscopists overlooking them. OBJECTIVES To analyze the gross morphologic characteristics of SSPs detected during routine colonoscopy. DESIGN Retrospective analysis of high-resolution endoscopic video clips depicting SSPs in situ… CONTINUE READING
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