Gallbladder polyps: Correlation of size and clinicopathologic characteristics based on updated definitions

@article{Takn2020GallbladderPC,
  title={Gallbladder polyps: Correlation of size and clinicopathologic characteristics based on updated definitions},
  author={O. Taşkın and O. Basturk and Michelle D Reid and N. Dursun and P. Bagci and B. Saka and Serdar Balci and Bahar Memiş and E. Bellolio and J. Araya and J. Roa and {\'O}. Tapia and Hector F. Losada and J. Sarmiento and K. Jang and Jin-Young Jang and B. Pehlivanoğlu and M. Erkan and V. Adsay},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2020},
  volume={15}
}
Background Different perspectives exist regarding the clinicopathologic characteristics, biology and management of gallbladder polyps. Size is often used as the surrogate evidence of polyp behavior and size of ≥1cm is widely used as cholecystectomy indication. Most studies on this issue are based on the pathologic correlation of polyps clinically selected for resection, whereas, the data regarding the nature of polypoid lesions from pathology perspective -regardless of the cholecystectomy… Expand

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