Summary of a Working Party on the Surveillance of Premalignant Lesions

Axon, A. T. R.; Boyle, P.; Riddell, R. H.; Path, F. R. C.; Grandjouan, S.; Hardcastle, J.; Chir, M.; Yoshida, S.
August 1994
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Aug1994 Supplement, Vol. 89 Issue 8, pS160
Academic Journal
Presents a summary of the surveillance conducted by the Working Party in identifying the factors which place an individual at a significantly greater risk of developing gastrointestinal cancer as of August 2, 1994. Reason the effectiveness and the potential risks of the surveillance protocol must be considered; Gene mutations that play a role in gastrointestinal carcinogenesis; Discussion on the pathology of premalignant lesions.


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