Background and Aims
Abbreviations:EDR (endoscopically determined recurrence), HDR (histologically determined recurrence), LSL (laterally spreading lesion), RRA (residual or recurrent adenoma), SC1 (first surveillance colonoscopy after EMR), SERT (Sydney EMR recurrence tool)
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DISCLOSURE: D. Tate received a scholarship from the Westmead Medical Research Foundation. These funds were not used for this study. The Cancer Institute New South Wales provided funding for a research nurse and data manager to assist with the administration of the study. There was no influence from the Institution regarding study design or conduct, data collection, management, analysis or interpretation, preparation, review, or approval of the manuscript. All other authors disclosed no financial relationships relevant to this publication.
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