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Research Article

Depressed-Type Colonic Lesions and “De Novo” Cancer in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis: A Colonoscopist’s Viewpoint

Table 2

The characteristics of FAP patients ( ) treated at our institution between April 2001 and March 2010.

AgeSexLocationTypeSize (mm)TreatmentDepthLymphVeinLymph node metastasis

29FTType 3SurgerySIly1v2N0
44FRType 250SurgeryMPly0v0N0
RSType 260SurgerySEly1v1N2
59FSType 235SurgerySSly1v1
SType 175SurgeryM
RType 250SurgeryM
SIs10SurgerySM3ly1v1N0
RIs10SurgeryMPly2v1N1
64FTIIa + IIc12SurgerySM2ly1v1
65FSIIa + IIc11SurgeryMly0v0
78MTIIa + IIc11EMRMly0v0
64FRLST-NG-PD10EMRMly0v0
29FRIsp10SurgeryMly0v0N0
RIs8SurgeryMly0v0
SIsp9SurgeryMly0v0N0
SIs10SurgeryMly0v0
SIs15SurgerySM1ly0v0

A total of 17 cancers were detected in 8 patients during the surveillance period.
Three of these were of the depressed type.
Location abbreviation: T; transeversecolon R; rectum S; sigmoidcolon EMR: endoscopic mucosal resection.

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