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Some links on removing colon tissue with Endoscopic Full Thickness Resection (EFTR)

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/04/25

Since they are likely to perform an FTR/EFTR procedure to remove a ~2.5cm sized polyp growing inside the colon on top of the LAR (Lower Anterior Resection) surgical suture line, below are some links, partially in Dutch, partly in English.


Since they are related to my LAR-syndrome symptoms:

[Wayback/Archive] “ftr” poliepen – Google Search

[Wayback/Archive] “ftr” poliepen – Google Image Search

[Wayback/Archive] full thickness resection – Google Search

Endoscopic full thickness resection, or EFTR, is a minimally invasive procedure to remove (resect) benign or cancerous tumors from the gastrointestinal tract using an endoscope, a flexible, tube-like instrument. “Full thickness” refers to how much of the gastrointestinal wall is removed.

SEO Keywords: poliep, polyp, coloscopie, colonoscopy, coloscopy


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