Missed colorectal biopsy
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A missed colorectal biopsy is a tissue sample that appears to miss it mark, e.g. the clinical impression is cancer yet the pathology cannot confirm it.
Mass Lesion at 30 cm, Colon, Biopsy: - Fragments of tubular adenoma with cautery/crush artifact. -- NEGATIVE for high grade dysplasia. -- Please see comment. Comment: The clinical history is noted. The tissue seen at microscopy may represent the peripheral or superficial portion of a malignancy that is not sampled in this biopsy. Clinical correlation is required. This case was reviewed internally.