Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp of the Descending Colon (4 of 7)

0 rating(s) (0 ø)

Endoscopic snare excision of large pediculated polyp.

Most pedunculated polyps are removed by transection of
the stalk with a polypectomy snare. The major risk with this approach is postpolypectomy bleeding. As a result, many endoscopists use one or more methods to reduce the risk of bleeding, particularly in polyps with wide stalks (pedicles larger than 1 to 1.5 cm in diameter).

All rights reserved

• This video may not be used, copied nor changed without explicit consent of the author.
The maximum length of a comment is 1000 characters.
The maximum length of an alias is 30 characters.
Please enter a comment.
Please insert a valid comment!
Upload recordings from operations, lectures, interviews or other medical videos and share it with your colleagues.

Uploaded by

Julio Murra-Saca

Physician (Internal medicine - Gastroentrology)

All videos