Dr Javeed Abbas, Dr Raheel Inayat, Dr Muhammad Ijaz
Objective: Colorectal Serrated Polyp is thought to be a histologically heterogeneous abrasions with much potential of malignancy. The objective of this research work was assessing the clinical, endoscopic and pathologic traits of patients suffering from Colorectal Serrated Polyp. Methodology: In this research work, we analyzed the characteristics of endoscopy, clinical finding and pathology of fifty-two patients present with Colorectal Serrated Polyp from March 2016 to June 2020. We performed this research work retrospectively. Results: The prevalence rate of serrated polyps was 0.39%. We also found that the percentage of the HP (Hyperplastic Polyp), SSA/P (Sessile Serrated Adenoma/Polyp) and TSA (Traditional Serrated Adenoma) of all the present serrated polyps were 61.50%, 17.30% and 21.20%, correspondingly, which stated a very low proportion of SSA/P and TSA and a very high HP proportion. Conclusions: Overall rate of detection of the Colorectal Serrated Polyp was much low and it is much vital to discriminate between HPs and SSAPs while examining through endoscopy because it has the potential of malignancy. KEYWORDS: Malignancy, Colorectal Serrated Polyp, Sessile Serrated Adenoma/Polyp, Traditional Serrated Adenoma, endoscopy.