BioMed Central Gastroenterology
Geisel School of Medicine
All patients with colorectal adenomas may not require identical follow-up. We aimed to determine if adenoma characteristics at initial colonoscopy could predict adenoma recurrence or characteristics at follow-up. The number of adenomas and the size, type, and degree of atypia in 479 patients in a polyp prevention trial were evaluated as predictors of the same characteristics at follow-up using odds ratios (ORs) with 95% confidence intervals (CIs). Multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to determine if several baseline characteristics were simultaneously associated with outcome.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
van Stolk, Rosalind U.; Beck, Gerald J.; Baron, John A.; Haile, Robert; and Summers, Robert, "Adenoma Characteristics at First Colonoscopy as Predictors of Adenoma Recurrence and Characteristics at Follow-Up" (1998). Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty. 594.