著作: Kawamura T./Uno K./Tanaka K./Ueda Y./Sakiyama N./[西田 憲生]/[六反 一仁]/Yasuda K./Morphological Characteristics and Location of Missed, Advanced Colorectal Neoplasms after Colonoscopy./[The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI]
(英) Morphological Characteristics and Location of Missed, Advanced Colorectal Neoplasms after Colonoscopy.
(英) This retrospective study aimed to clarify the clinical characteristics of advanced colorectal neoplasms after colonoscopy, likely to have been missed on the previous colonoscopy. We reviewed a total of 5,768 consecutive colonoscopies performed from April 2010 to September 2013 in 4,841 patients, and analyzed advanced colorectal neoplasms after colonoscopy, particularly focusing on their morphological characteristics and locations, as compared with primary lesions, defined as lesions detected in their first colonoscopy or in a subsequent colonoscopy >5 years after the previous one. Of the 5,768 examinations, 922 advanced neoplasms (including 217 cancers with ≥T2) were detected, and 167 lesions (18.1%) were diagnosed within 5 years after a previous colonoscopy (post-colonoscopy advanced neoplasms). The incidence of right-sided lesions in the post-colonoscopy advanced neoplasms (48.5%, 81/167) was significantly higher than in the primary lesions (34.0%, 257/755; p <0.001). We excluded 217 cancers with ≥T2 from the morphological analysis to characterize early-stage post-colonoscopy advanced neoplasms. The incidence of non-polypoid lesions in the post-colonoscopy advanced neoplasms (25.6%, 41/160) was significantly higher than that in the primary lesions (12.3%, 67/545; p <0.001). These findings suggest that extra attention should be paid to non-polypoid, right-sided advanced colorectal neoplasms during screening and surveillance colonoscopy. J. Med. Invest. 63: 163-170, August, 2016.
The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI([徳島大学.医学部])
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