colonoscopic polypectomy

colonoscopic polypectomy

Removal of any polyp–hyperplastic, adenomatous, villous adenoma, or polypoid–eg lymphoid hyperplasia, lesion by colonoscopy. See Colon polyp.
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Fiberoptic colonoscopic polypectomy in childhood: report and review of cases.
Colonoscopists estimated the size of the polyp by using the open biopsy-forceps method or total removal size of the polyp after colonoscopic polypectomy. Serrated lesions were categorized as hyperplastic polyp, sessile serrated adenoma and traditional serrated adenoma.
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Shinya, a Japanese surgeon, is an important name in the introduction of colonoscopic polypectomy and intraoperative colonoscopy.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Edematous lamina propria, cystically dilated glands (a) with inflammatory cells (b) in resected tissue obtained from colonoscopic polypectomy (H&E stain, x40).
A pooled analysis of advanced colorectal neoplasia diagnoses after colonoscopic polypectomy. Gastroenterology, 136: 832-841
Efficacy in standard clinical practice of colonoscopic polypectomy in reducing colorectal cancer incidence.