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Left: 1.5 cm bi-lobed benign tubular adenoma on a stalk.
Right: Placement of a snare wire over the head of the polyp.
Left: Cautery is applied to the wire loop which has been tightened around the stalk of the polyp.
Right: Polypectomy site; excised polyp in the background, waiting to be retrieved.
Left: Sessile villous adenoma near the cecum of a 72 year-old man undergoing routine screening colonoscopy.
Right: Polyp is injected submucosally with saline to elevate the lesion away from the colonic wall, and in so doing, determine that the lesion is not invasive into the colonic wall.
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