|Diagnostic criteria of SSA/P from Project Research “Potential of Cancerization of Colorectal Serrated Lesions” of Japanese Society for Cancer of the Colon and Rectum|
|SSAP/P is composed of serrated cryptal epithelium with aberrant compartmentalization, essentially characterized by the architectural abnormalities listed below|
|If the serrated lesion have more than 2 findings of them, it can be diagnosed as SSA/P|
|(2)||Irregularly branching crypts|
|(3)||Horizontally arranged basal crypts (Inverted T- and/or L-shaped crypts)|
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