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    • avatar Bum Digity 1

      What a very good and education video. I have FAP…stage IV colon cancer bc I was not aware of my FAP until after an out of control polyp became cancer. This broke it down really well :) Thanks!

      • avatar sakeena hadi 1

        Good job 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

        • avatar Hitesh Kumar 1

          well done… appreciable effort in medicine..

          • avatar Hitesh Kumar 1

            well done… appreciable effort in medicine..

            • avatar Joanne Sabra 0

              Can ya'll make a colorectal CA video please??

              • avatar AngelTanque Gonzalez 1

                Thank you very much for the information

                • avatar Binit Regmi 0

                  How how can i be the part of osmosis. I want to help in your great task of simplifying the medical studies through videos.

                  • avatar Nicole Moricet 0

                    Hi, this is great. I am a medical student in Argentina and this way of explaining the pathophysiology and the symptoms is incredible. Super according to the level we handle here.

                    THANKS FOR THIS FREE AND OBJECTIVE INFORMATION

                    SALUDOS!

                    • avatar Amit Singh 2

                      thank u very nice video

                      • avatar MTP19 1

                        Right colon bleeds causing anemia, left colon obstructs

                        • avatar Tariq P 1

                          nice vid. Although K-ras = Oncogene

                          • avatar Nesi Bahar 1

                            how come you guys dont have millions of subs? this is exactly what every med student need!

                            • avatar Andro Youakim 0

                              you are awesome :D
                              that part of eating vegetables mom serves though… well okay I will do it just for you not to prevent polyps
                              :D

                              • avatar Suman Dutta 1

                                all your videos are amazing…..

                                • avatar Suman Dutta 1

                                  amazong work guys …..keep up that hard work……you will reach the goal that you have set in your mind…..

                                  • avatar jsyoo7 1

                                    minor clarification: the right side of the colon usually bleeds whereas the left side obstructs. in the video you have it the opposite way

                                    • avatar mechanic1756 2

                                      Very good  genetic explanation of serrated polyps . Thank you  .There  are new guidelines   repeat  colonoscopy time for these polyps like 3 -5-10 yrs time.  based on pathology and dimensions above or below 10 mm .