Journal Review in Colorectal Surgery: Anal Dysplasia and Anal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

EP. 726Feb. 22, 202434:34
You have a patient referred to you for a history of anal dysplasia and found to have an anal lesion on colonoscopy. How do you evaluate this? What are the risk factors? How will you perform surveillance afterwards? Does everyone need HRA? Tune in to find out!

Join Drs. Peter Marcello, Jonathan Abelson, Tess Aulet and special guest Dr. Lisa Breen as they discuss high yield papers discussing Anal Dysplasia. 

Learning Objectives
1. Describe the different types of anal dysplasia and pathologic categorization
2. Describe high risk populations for development of anal squamous cell cancer
3. Discuss the different options and recommendations for surveillance and treatment of anal dysplasia 

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