Increased Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Patients With Multiple Serrated Polyps and Their First-Degree Relatives.

@article{Egoavil2017IncreasedRO,
  title={Increased Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Patients With Multiple Serrated Polyps and Their First-Degree Relatives.},
  author={Cecilia Egoavil and M{\'i}riam Ju{\'a}rez and Carla Guarin{\'o}s and Mar{\'i}a Rodr{\'i}guez-Soler and Eva Hern{\'a}ndez-Ill{\'a}n and Cristina Alenda and Artemio Pay{\'a} and Adela Castillejo and Anna Serradesanferm and Lu{\'i}s Bujanda and Fernando Fern{\'a}ndez-Ba{\~n}ares and Joaqu{\'i}n Cubiella and Luisa de-Castro and Ana Guerra and Elena Aguirre and Alberto Herreros-de-Tejada and Xavier Bessa and Maite Herr{\'a}iz and Jos{\'e}-Carlos Mar{\'i}n-Gabriel and Judith Balma{\~n}{\`a} and Virg{\'i}nia Pi{\~n}ol and Francisco Rodr{\'i}guez Moranta and David Nicol{\'a}s-P{\'e}rez and Miriam Cuatrecasas and Francesc Balaguer and Antoni Castells and Jos{\'e} Lu{\'i}s Soto and Pedro Zapater and Rodrigo Jover},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2017},
  volume={153 1},
  pages={106-112.e2}
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS We investigated whether patients with multiple serrated polyps, but not meeting the World Health Organization criteria for serrated polyposis syndrome, and their relatives have similar risks for colorectal cancer (CRC) as those diagnosed with serrated polyposis. METHODS We collected data from patients with more than 10 colonic polyps, recruited in 2008-2009 from 24 hospitals in Spain for a study of causes of multiple colonic polyps. We analyzed data from 53 patients who met… CONTINUE READING
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