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Keywords: Colon; Endoscopic resection; Loop-and-let-go technique; Pedunculated lipoma.
Endoscopic Ligation ("Loop-And-Let-Go") Is Effective Treatment for Large Colonic Lipomas: A Prospective Validation StudyH Ivekovic et al. BMC Gastroenterol 14, 122. PMID 25005025.The results of this study confirm that "loop-and-let-go" technique is safe and efficacious treatment of large colonic lipomas.
Safe Techniques for Endoscopic Resection of Gastrointestinal LipomasHN Aydin et al. Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech 21 (4), 218-22. PMID 21857468. - ReviewCarefully selected GI lipomas, which in the past have required surgical resection due to high risk for perforation can be endoscopically removed with great success.
[Endoscopic Removal of Large Colonic Lipomas]JB Jansen et al. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 154, A2215. PMID 21083957. - Case ReportsLipomas are benign tumours that are sometimes found in the colon, where they may cause symptoms through constriction and blood loss. Until recently, surgical removal of l …
[Intestinal Invagination Caused by Submucous Pedunculated Lipoma of the Large Intestine]G Falcetto et al. Minerva Chir 45 (7), 523-6. PMID 2370965. - Case ReportsA case of colo-colic invagination caused by lipoma of the splenic flexure which led to emergency operation is reported. Colon lipomas are benign neoformations of the subm …
[Intestinal Invagination Caused by Colonic Lipoma]E Cirino et al. Minerva Chir 51 (9), 717-23. PMID 9082238. - ReviewThe observation of a case of intestinal intussusception caused by lipoma of the colon prompted the authors to review the literature on the subject and to examine the main …