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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of familial adenomatous polyposis patients with gastric adenomas

From: Gastric adenomas in familial adenomatous polyposis are common, but subtle, and have a benign course

Patient Age/gender Type of lesion Site of polyp Number of adenoma Largest size (mm) Histology Treatment × treatment sessions Duration of endoscopic follow up (months) Post treatment outcome
1 52 F Flat Antrum 1 NA Tubular CBF × 1 9 No residual adenoma at last EGD
2 24 M Sessile Body in the background of FGP Multiple 40 Tubulovillous Endoscopic mucosal resection × 1 3 Residual adenoma
3 51 F Sessile Antrum 3 10 Tubular CBF × 1 11 Pending repeat EGD
4 18 M Pedunculated and sessile Fundus in the background of FGP Multiple 5 Tubular CBF × 1 12 Pending repeat EGD
5 39 M Flat and sessile Antrum 20 8 Tubular CBF × 2 19 Residual adenoma
6 51 F Sessile Body Multiple 3 Tubular CBF × 4 109 No residual adenoma at the last EGD
7 38 F Sessile Antrum >13 15 Tubular with HGD Hot snare × 3 11 HGD was present at the last EGD. Death due to desmoid tumor.
8 32 F NA Body in the background of FGP Multiple 4 Tubular CBF × 2 65 No residual adenoma at last EGD
9 24 M Sessile Antrum, cardia 2 6 Tubular CBF × 1 23 No residual adenoma at last EGD
  1. CBF: Cold biopsy forceps; EGD: esophagogastroduodenoscopy; FGP: fundic gland polyps; HGD: high-grade dysplasia; NA: not available.