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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : HPS / Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome

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Long Form:   Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome
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2013 Phenotypic characterization and familial risk in hyperplastic polyposis syndrome. CRC, FDRs, HP, ICs
2013 [Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome: phenotypic diversity and association to colorectal cancer]. CRC, HP, MP, MSI, SA
2012 Hyperplastic Polyposis Syndrome Identified with a BRAF Mutation. BRAF
2011 A serrated colorectal cancer pathway predominates over the classic WNT pathway in patients with hyperplastic polyposis syndrome. CRC
2011 Increased polyp detection using narrow band imaging compared with high resolution endoscopy in patients with hyperplastic polyposis syndrome. HRE, NBI, SSAs
2011 Investigating the potential role of genetic and epigenetic variation of DNA methyltransferase genes in hyperplastic polyposis syndrome. CIMP, CRC, DNMT, HRM
2010 Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome is associated with cigarette smoking, which may be a modifiable risk factor. CI, OR
2010 Increased colorectal cancer risk during follow-up in patients with hyperplastic polyposis syndrome: a multicentre cohort study. CRC
2010 Increased colorectal cancer risk in first-degree relatives of patients with hyperplastic polyposis syndrome. CRC, FDRs
10  2009 Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome: a pilot study for the differentiation of polyps by using high-resolution endoscopy, autofluorescence imaging, and narrow-band imaging. AFI, NBI, SSAs
11  2008 Colorectal polyposes: from phenotype to diagnosis. CS, HMPS, JPS, PJS
12  2007 Hyperplastic polyposis in the New Zealand population: a condition associated with increased colorectal cancer risk and European ancestry. CRC
13  2006 Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome: phenotypic presentations and the role of MBD4 and MYH. CRC