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Serrated

Consisting of notches on the edges, like a saw.
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serrated

Notched on the edges, like a saw.
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SSA/P appears to be the responsible precursor lesion for the development of cancers through the serrated pathway.6,7 Therefore, the aim of our retrospective study was to evaluate the clinical and pathological features of colorectal serrated polyps.
The researchers found that serrated polyps (SPs) were diagnosed in 565 of 2,058 participants (27.5 percent) during the treatment phase and in 329 of 1,108 (29.7 percent) during the observational phase.
We aimed to evaluate the number of serrated lesions diagnosed before and after 2010, when the current histological classification was developed and established, as well as evaluate its localization, size, and morphological features.
During the review, it was found that five patients had sufficient serrated polyps detected at the index colonoscopy to enable an adequate diagnosis of SPS by the WHO criteria.
Among patients with a diagnosis of IBD, those with colorectal involvement by pathologic or clinical assessment were selected and the pathology records for these patients were reviewed to identify those with the diagnosis of a serrated lesion, adenomatous lesion, or hyperplastic polyp (HP) on biopsy.
However, few Asian studies have investigated the comprehensive clinical features of colorectal serrated polyps.
What exactly were these small serrated polyps so named before we became familiar with the hyperplastic polyp term?
4 Use a small serrated knife to cut out your design - the knives in most pumpkin carving kits are perfect for this.
Moving to the right, the Bones knife has a 3" serrated Tanto-style blade and skeleton handle.
Graduate student and lead author Kirstin Brink along with Professor Robert Reisz from U of T Mississauga's Department of Biology suggest that Dimetrodon, a carnivore that walked on land between 298 million and 272 million years ago, was the first terrestrial vertebrate to develop serrated ziphodont teeth.
Lead author Kirstin Brink along with Professor Robert Reisz from University of Toronto Mississauga's Department of Biology suggested that Dimetrodon was the first terrestrial vertebrate to develop serrated ziphodont teeth.
A serrated knife is not recommended and if it's not sharp enough, I'm not surprised it's shredding your roast!