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We aimed to study the polyp and adenoma detection rate in a major endoscopy center of northwestern Romania over a year period, and to characterize the distribution and the pathological features of the removed polyps according to age and sex, in order to assess the trend of proximal adenoma prevalence in our population.
Methods: We retrospectively analyzed 9, consecutive colonoscopies performed between and in a high-volume outpatient clinic in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. We analyzed 2, complete colonoscopies that detected 3, polyps in two time periods: to and to We compared the number, size and histopathological detoxifiere bacau of the polyps removed from the right-sided colon and the left sided-colon in the two periods.
Results: An increasing trend of polyp detection rate in the right-sided colon was observed, from 9. The prevalence of right-sided colon adenomas also presented an increased trend OR 1.
High-grade dysplasia HGD was found in 8. Advanced neoplasia was detected in 1. Multivariate logistic regression analysis evidenced that the right-sided polyps were significantly associated with the last time period OR 1.
Conclusion: An increasing trend of polyp detection rate in the right-sided colon was documented, with an increasing prevalence of right-sided adenomas. The evaluation of the proximal colon is particularly important in males aged over A clear-cut risk of HGD in the diminutive polyps and in the middle age subjects has been also observed.