- adenomatous polyp of colon
- a benign growth in the epithelium of the sigmoid colon or rectum, seen in many persons over age 60 and sometimes preneoplastic; both tubular and villous varieties have been described. It may be sessile or pedunculated and solitary or multiple.
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