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Research Article

Colorectal Serrated Neoplasia: An Institutional 12-Year Review Highlights the Impact of a Screening Programme

Table 1

Demographics of patients included in this study (664 polyps from 523 patients), all of whom had at least one polyp originally reported as either SSL/P or TSA.

Gender
(%)
Male267 (51.1%)
Female256 (48.9%)

Age (years)Median64
Range19–92

Abbreviations: SSL/P: sessile serrated lesion/polyp; TSA: traditional serrated adenoma.

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