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In conclusion, post-polypectomy surveillance schemes are not known to general practitioners with a significant trend towards overuse of surveillance. This causes unnecessary consumption of resources, exposes patients to relatively small, but still a risk related with colonoscopy with no proven benefit for the patient. Therefore, strict adherence to the ESGE guidelines should be pursued to include written recommendation on surveillance program in the final endoscopy report. Nevertheless, effortsdoi:10.21203/rs.2.15927/v1 fatcat:vmhyy7r2ufbijbdos7nujctjci