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"Are we ready to change our colorectal cancer screening practice?" Traditional serrated adenomas or serrated adenomas with dysplasia should be regarded as advanced adenomas with high grade dysplasia



"Are we ready to change our colorectal cancer screening practice?" Traditional serrated adenomas or serrated adenomas with dysplasia should be regarded as advanced adenomas with high grade dysplasia



Turkish Journal of Gastroenterology 27(5): 482-483




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