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Serrated and non-serrated polyps of the colorectum: their prevalence in an unselected case series and correlation of BRAF mutation analysis with the diagnosis of sessile serrated adenoma
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    • Norman J Carr, Dr
    • Other Contributors:
      • Nicholas Hawkins, Hema Mahajan, King L Tan, Robyn Ward

    Dear Editor

    We thank Drs Rotimi and Reall for their comments, but would suggest that their criticisms have been framed by a perspective that is different from our own. Their perspective is the “most striking result” was that sessile serrated adenomas (SSAs) were predominantly right sided. They are welcome to highlight this point, which is readily apparent from the data presented.

    Our perspective is t...

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    • Olorunda Rotimi, Consultant Histopathologist
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      • Georgina Reall

    Dear Editor,

    Re: Serrated and non-serrated polyps of the colorectum: their prevalence in an unselected case series and correlation of BRAF mutation analysis with the diagnosis of sessile serrated adenoma

    We read with interest the article by Carr NJ et al (J Clin Pathol 2009;62:516-518). The article describes the prevalence of different colorectal polyps in an unselected population with a focus speci...

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