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Senile colonic polyps

Colorectal polyps are the general name of protuberant lesions on the surface of colorectal mucosa. They only represent the appearance of the naked eye and do not explain the pathological nature. Polyps in the gastrointestinal tract are most common in the large intestine, especially in the colon and sigmoid colon. The size can range from less than 2mm in diameter to more than 10cm. Some colorectal polyps are benign epithelial tumors of intestinal mucosa, which have potential malignancy. They have practical significance for the prevention and treatment of tumors, which should be paid attention to.


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