Traditional Serrated Adenoma
82 year-old man with a bland rectal polyp, visible only from the retroflexed view. Histologically the lesion was a mixture of hyperplastic and adenomatous elements, hence the designation of traditional serrated adenoma.
Left: 76 year-old man with occult gastrointestinal bleeding. A 6 mm sessile traditional serrated adenoma was found in the rectum.
Right: 67 year-old woman undergoing colonoscopy as a follow up of recent diverticulitis. This 1 cm sessile polyp in the sigmoid colon was a traditional serrated adenoma.
Left: 73 year-old man seen for average risk colon screening. Colonoscopy revealed this 8 mm sessile traditional serrated adenoma in the sigmoid colon.
Right: 55 year-old woman with chronic constipation undergoing colonoscopy for average risk colon screening. A 1 cm sessile rectal polyp proved to be a traditional serrated adenoma.
See also Sessile Serrated Adenoma
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