Utilization of colonoscopy and pathology reports for identifying patients meeting the world health organization criteria for serrated polyposis syndrome.

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BACKGROUND Serrated polyposis syndrome is a rare syndrome associated with an increased risk for colorectal cancer. The World Health Organization criteria were established to standardize the diagnosis and management of patients afflicted with serrated polyposis. Although useful, the criteria may not be ideal for the initial screening of at-risk populations… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/DCR.0000000000000140

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@article{Hui2014UtilizationOC, title={Utilization of colonoscopy and pathology reports for identifying patients meeting the world health organization criteria for serrated polyposis syndrome.}, author={Vanessa W. Hui and Emily Steinhagen and Rachel Levy and Rupa Sood and Jinru Shia and Arnold J. Markowitz and Jos{\'e} G. Guillem}, journal={Diseases of the colon and rectum}, year={2014}, volume={57 7}, pages={846-50} }