At the focal point| Volume 97, ISSUE 1, P147-148, January 2023

Everted diverticula with endoscopic mucosal changes mimicking serrated lesions (with video)

Published:September 12, 2022DOI:
      Everted colonic diverticula sometimes demonstrate overlying mucosa with a finely nodular or “cloudlike” surface (A-C). This may cause the overlying mucosa to be mistaken for a sessile serrated lesion, leading to endoscopic resection. However, the mucosa is essentially normal histologically, and resection is not warranted (D, H&E, orig. mag. ×40).
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