Personalized surveillance can help reduce the colonoscopy burden among patients with lower risk serrated polyposis syndrome, according to research published in Gut.
Evelien Dekker, PhD, of the department of gastroenterology and hepatology at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and colleagues wrote that research into serrated polyposis syndrome (SPS) has revealed varied but high rates of colorectal cancer, leading to rigorous surveillance recommendations.
“The prevalence of SPS combined with the stringent surveillance regimens lead to substantial colonoscopy burden,” they

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