DOI: 10.1177/2050640620965317
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Abstract: Background Laterally spreading tumours represent a major challenge for endoscopic detection and resection. Objective To examine synchronous and metachronous neoplasms in patients with laterally spreading tumours. Methods We prospectively collected colonoscopy and histopathology data from patients who underwent colonoscopy in our centre at up to 6 years’ follow-up. Post-resection surveillance outcomes between laterally spreading tumours, flat colorectal neoplasms 10 mm or greater, and large polypoid colorectal … Show more

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