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Colorectal cancer risk in patients with serrated polyposis syndrome

The most recent issue of Gut identifies clinical risk factors of colorectal cancer in patients with serrated polyposis syndrome.

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Serrated polyposis syndrome is accompanied by an increased risk of colorectal cancer. 

Patients fulfilling the clinical criteria, as defined by the WHO, have a wide variation in colorectal cancer risk. 

Dr Evelien Dekker and colleagues assessed risk factors for colorectal cancer in a large cohort of patients with serrated polyposis syndrome, and evaluated the risk of colorectal cancer during surveillance.

In this retrospective cohort analysis, all patients with serrated polyposis syndrome from 7 centers in the Netherlands, and 2 in the UK were enrolled. 

Patients with a history of smoking show a lower risk of colorectal cancer
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WHO criteria were used to diagnose serrated polyposis syndrome. 

Patients who only fulfilled WHO criterion-2, with IBD and/or a known hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome were excluded.

In total, the team included 434 patients with serrated polyposis syndrome, of whom 29% were diagnosed with colorectal cancer. 

The research team noted that ≥1 serrated polyp with dysplasia, ≥1 advanced adenoma, and the fulfilment of both WHO criteria 1 and 3 were associated with colorectal cancer, while a history of smoking was inversely associated with colorectal cancer. 

The researchers found that overall, 260 patients underwent surveillance after clearing of all relevant lesions, during which 2 patients were diagnosed with colorectal cancer, corresponding to 2 events per 1000 person-years surveillance.

Dr Dekker's team concludes, "The presence of serrated polyps containing dysplasia, advanced adenomas and/or combined WHO criteria 1 and 3 phenotype is associated with colorectal cancer in patients with serrated polyposis syndrome."

"Patients with a history of smoking show a lower risk of colorectal cancer, possibly due to a different pathogenesis of disease."

"The risk of developing colorectal cancer during surveillance is lower than previously reported in literature, which may reflect a more mature multicentre cohort with less selection bias."

Gut 2017;66:278-284
10 January 2017

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