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Abdominal pain after attempted endoscopic mucosal resection of a right-sided colonic lesion
  1. S Sarkar,
  2. V Tagore,
  3. D White
  1. Aintree University Hospital, Digestive Diseases Centre, Liverpool, UK
  1. Dr Sanchoy Sarkar, Consultant Gastroenterologist, University Hospitals Aintree NHS Trust, Lower Lane, Liverpool L9 7AL, UK; sanchoy{at}

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During a routine colonoscopy in a 61-year-old male, a 1.5 cm sessile polyp was found within the caecum. A submucosal injection consisting of 20.5 ml containing adrenalin (2 ml of 1:10 000), gelofusin (18 ml) and methylene blue (0.5 ml) was administered …

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