Endoscopic Appearance of Pedicled Polyp of the Descending Colon (6 of 7)

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Large pedunculated polyps (> 2-3 cm) are often easily removed with standard snare cautery techniques. The difficulty most commonly encountered is when a large polyp has a particularly long stalk, and the head of the polyp prolapses in both directions when snaring is attempted.

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