Johnson, David A.; Cattau Jr., Edward L.
June 1991
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jun1991, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p783
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract concerning the risk for colon adenomas in patients with rectosigmoid hyperplastic polyps. Prevalence of proximal adenomas in patients without distal hyperplastic polyps; Association of rectosigmoid adenomas with proximal adenomas; Limitation in the administration of colonoscopy.


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