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G.I. - ABIM

Colon CA screening, post polypectomy surveillance, post colonCA surveillance

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When is your next colonoscopy if a hyperplastic polyp was found? 10 years because of no malignant potential
When is your next colonoscopy if 1 – 2 <10 mm adenoma polyps were found? Five years because so few. A little of the Littles.
When is your next colonoscopy if 1 – 2 <10 mm sessile serrated polyps were found? Five years because so few. A little of the Littles.
When is your next colonoscopy if 3-10 <10 mm adenoma polyps were found? 3 years because more of the Littles
When is your next colonoscopy if >10 mm adenomatous polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if a >10 mm sessile serrated polyp was found?
When is your next colonoscopy if traditional serrated polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if villous adenomatous polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if high grade adematous dysplastic polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if traditional serrated and displastic polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if >10 adenomatous polyps were found?
When is your next colonoscopy if sessile polyposis syndrome was found?
How should you monitor the patient that is status post colon resection for cancer? 1. Abd/pelvis CT q1y x5y, 2. H&P with CEA q3-6 mo x 5y, 4. Colonoscopy at 12 mo.
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