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Online edition:ISSN 2758-089X

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Giant inflammatory polyp in a crohn’s disease patient

 A spider-shaped polyp, for which the histopathological diagnosis was giant inflammatory polyp, was detected on normal rectal mucosa in a Crohn's disease patient. There was no ulceration or diverticula on the rectal mucosa, but an enterovesical fistula was located in the vicinity of the polyp. Regarding the cause of this strange shaped polyp, it may be the result of fusion of mucosal bridges and/or giant inflammatory polyps which have been caused by fecal matter and urinary flow. (Accepted on October 29, 2007)

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Yamashita K, et al.
35
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61-62
DOI
10.11482/2009/35.061.2009_KMJ_Yamashita_etal.pdf

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