- •Advanced endoscopy do not have negative impact on early oncological outcomes of malignant colorectal lesions.
- •Intra-procedural perforation during ESD does not have negative impact on early oncological outcomes of malignant colorectal lesions.
- •Surveillance can be an option for selected patients with malignant colorectal lesions, even in the presence of poor prognostic features.
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☆This study is accepted as an oral presentation with a primary discussant at the Midwest Surgical Association 2022 Annual Meeting that will be held on August 7–9, 2022 in Mackinac Island, MI.