Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy
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Villous rectal adenoma
villous rectal adenoma Villous rectal adenoma sized 5x6 cm. For high surgical risk the polyp is endoscopically resected in fractions by cautery snare Histology reveals a villous adenoma with grade II dysplasia. After two years with controls every six months the patient remains free of histological recurrence. See also Argonplasma coagulation.
villous rectum adenoma Large pedunculated sigmoid polyp with a rough and whitish surface. Histologically those white aerea correspond to dilated lymphatic vessels of the body of this villous adenoma.