Mucosubmucosal elongated colonic polyp

Post written by Jennifer L. Horsley-Silva, MD, and David E. Fleischer, MD from the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic,  in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Our video is of a surveillance colonoscopy that demonstrated a 12 mm elongated, pedunculated polyp that was “wormlike” in appearance and found in the ascending colon. An EndoLoop detachable ligating device …

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