Fig. 5 | Gastric Cancer

Fig. 5

From: Accuracy of upper endoscopies with random biopsies to identify patients with gastric premalignant lesions who can safely be exempt from surveillance

Fig. 5

Kaplan–Meier analysis of the probability of patients being misclassified as low risk for gastric cancer. a Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to MAPS-2012, distinguished by number of endoscopies needed until identified as still at risk. b Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to MAPS-2012, distinguished by years of follow-up until identified as still at risk. c Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to MAPS-2019, distinguished by number of endoscopies needed until identified as still at risk. d Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to MAPS-2019, distinguished by years of follow-up until identified as still at risk. e Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to BSG, distinguished by number of endoscopies needed until identified as still at risk. f Patients who were misclassified as low risk according to BSG, distinguished by years of follow-up until identified as still at risk. No. number of; FU follow-up; MAPS management of precancerous conditions and lesions in the stomach

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