Pathology Features in Bethesda Guidelines Predict Colorectal Cancer Microsatellite Instability: A Population-Based Study

Mark A. Jenkins, Shinichi Hayashi, Anne Marie O'Shea, Lawrence J. Burgart, Tom C. Smyrk, David Shimizu, Paul M. Waring, Andrew R. Ruszkiewicz, Aaron F. Pollett, Mark Redston, Melissa A. Barker, John A. Baron, Graham R. Casey, James G. Dowty, Graham G. Giles, Paul Limburg, Polly Newcomb, Joanne P. Young, Michael D. Walsh, Stephen N. ThibodeauNoralane M. Lindor, Loïc LeMarchand, Steven Gallinger, Robert W. Haile, John D. Potter, John L. Hopper, Jeremy R. Jass

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