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An "expressionistic" look at serrated precancerous colorectal lesions
Background: Approximately 60% of colorectal cancer (CRC) precursor lesions are the genuinely-dysplastic conventional adenomas (cADNs). The others include hyperplastic polyps (HPs), sessile serrated lesions (SSL), and traditional serrated adenomas (TSAs), subtypes of a class of lesions collectively referred to as "serrated." Endoscopic and histologic differentiation between cADNs and serrated lesions, and between serrated lesion subtypes can be difficult. Methods: We used in situ hybridizationdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-44160/v2 fatcat:hoi6sp4hnneizap2l55nws5g7m