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215 ELECTROCAUTERY SETTING DOES NOT AFFECT EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF ENDOSCOPIC RESECTION OF LARGE COLORECTAL POLYPS

      The type of electrocautery setting that should be used for polyp resection has long been a matter of debate. It remains unknown whether the type of electrocautery setting affects resection efficacy, risk of adverse events, or recurrence rates.
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