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Outcome of An Endoscopic Mucosal Resection Service for Large Sessile Colonic Polyps (≥ 20 mm) over A 9-Year Period: A Single Centre Experience and Analysis of Change over Time in A University Teaching Hospital
Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Research
2014. RESULTS: 569 lesions in 564 patients were assessed for EMR; 424 lesions were successfully excised via EMR. Recurrence/ residual adenoma at the EMR site was found in 56 (17%) at the first surveillance endoscopy; endoscopically treated in 53/56 (95%) patients; 3/56 (5%) were referred for surgical resection. Complete eradication at second surveillance endoscopy; 269/292 patients (92%). Recurrence in 23 (8%) patients and the recurrent lesion was endoscopically resected in 22/23 patients. Thedoi:10.17554/j.issn.2224-3992.2017.06.697 fatcat:nymyhfpmkbh53g22jxrzao5ix4