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Lipoma of colon

Lipoma is a common non epithelial benign tumor in the large intestine. The cells of the tissue proliferate abnormally and grow expansively. It gradually expands like a balloon and grows slowly. As the tumor body continues to grow, it can squeeze the surrounding tissue, especially in the proximal colon, especially in the cecum.


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