DOI: 10.1055/a-1976-4757
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Abstract: Background and study aims: Large (≥ 20 mm) non-pedunculated colorectal lesions have high rates of synchronous neoplasia and advanced neoplasia. Synchronous neoplasia prevalence in patients with large pedunculated lesions is uncertain. We describe synchronous neoplasia in patients with large pedunculated colorectal polyps, using a cohort of patients with large non-pedunculated lesions as controls. Patients and methods: Retrospective assessment of a prospectively recorded database listing synchronous findings i… Show more

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