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Familial Adenomatous Polyposis of Large Intestine

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source: Georgian medical news

year: 2010


At present the only treatment of familial diffuse polyposis is total colectomy and ileorectal anastomosis. Two cases of familial diffuse polyposis are analyzed. The first case: 18 year old man with diffuse polyposis of large intestine. The second case: 41 year old man with diffuse familial polyposis of large intestine, liver abscess in segment V, and fistula between the abscess and large intestine. In the both cases a radical proctocolectomy with the good, newest results. was done The patient underwent a proctocolectomy with the ileoanal anastomosis with S-shaped ileal reservoir with an ileostoma.

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