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Huge Mass of the Descending Colon (24 of 25)
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Huge Mass of the Descending Colon (24 of...

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Image of the fragments that were recovered

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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Large pedunculated polyps (> 2-3 cm) are often easily removed with standard snare cautery techniques. The difficulty most commonly encountered is when a large polyp has a particularly long stalk, and...

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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The practice of removing polyps at colonoscopy is based on the assumption that their removal prevents progression to cancer. This concept, often called the adenoma-carcinoma sequence.

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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Endoscopic snare excision of large pediculated polyp. Most pedunculated polyps are removed by transection of the stalk with a polypectomy snare. The major risk with this approach is postpolypectomy...

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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Endoscopic Image of Tubular Adenoma on a Long Stalk. Adenomatous polyps are precursors of most colorectal cancers, and their prevalence increases with age. The chance of detecting adenomatous polyps...

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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Endoscopic Appearance of Tubular Adenoma on a Long Stalk.

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Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp...

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This is the case of a 54 year-old male with rectal bleeding.

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Stalked Polyp - Polypectomy (2 of 6)

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The form of the pedicle is observed. Polyps on a pedicle usually are removed readily with the snare and cautery technique. Some polyps are on an extremely long pedicle and can pose a problem for their...

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