Patients with inflammatory bowel disease who have recurrent low-grade dysplasia on follow-up colonoscopy are at increased risk for advanced neoplasia, according to study results.

Michiel E. de Jong, MD, of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Centre at Radboud University Medical center in the Netherlands, and colleagues wrote that patients with IBD are already considered at high risk for advanced neoplasia, but data on the proper screening strategy for these patients are unclear.

“It is unclear whether subsequent colonoscopies without recurrent or persistent neoplasia puts the patient in a

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