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Invasive carcinomas are frequently missed in biopsies taken of larger lesions . This diagnosis is made on either a polypectomy specimen or a biopsy of sessile lesions. Diagnosing areas of invasive carcinoma on a midsagittal section of a pedunculated adenoma is often easier than making a diagnosis of invasion on a small forceps biopsy of a larger lesion. Biopsy fragments in which the neoplastic cells mingle with the fat, medium-sized blood vessels, nerve trunks, ganglia, or large lymphatics can be diagnosed as invasive lesions.
The additional adenomas can be detected at the same time as the initial adenoma (synchronous adenomas), or at a different time (metachronous adenomas). The prevalence of multiple adenomas increases with age (about 9% of those under 60 years, and 28% of people older than 75 years have three or more adenomas). The incidence of large intestinal adenomas occurring synchronously with carcinomas is approximately double that of adenomas occurring alone. A relationship exists between adenoma multiplicity and histological findings.
Larger polyps need longer fixation). The pathologist can often appreciate when the tissue is adequately fixed and firm enough for subsequent sectioning, by careful palpation of the polyp . Ideally, the endoscopist should indicate the stalk of larger adenomas by placing a needle at its base when the polyp is removed from the endoscope. Realistically, this almost never happens. Occasionally, the pathologist and the endoscopist disagree as to whether a stalk is present or how long the stalk is, since the stalk often retracts into the head of the adenoma.