Categorized: Abstracts & Presentations, Gastroenterology
Hyperplastic Polyps Predict the Subsequent Occurrence of Adenomatous Polyps on Follow-up Colonoscopy
The occurrence of hyperplastic polyps during colonoscopy is usually considered an incidental finding of little or no clinical significance.
We pursued the hypothesis that diagnosis of hyperplastic polyps on index colonoscopy predicted the occurrence of adenomatous polyps on follow-up colonoscopy.
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