Rectal polyp

Rectal polyp

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Caption: Rectal polyp. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a polyp from the rectum, the last section of the large intestine. Polyps are usually benign growths (adenomas) that protrude from a mucous membrane. Most polyps are connected to the lining of the large intestine by a short stalk. As polyps can become cancerous, they are often surgically removed as a precautionary measure. Magnification unknown.

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Keywords: adenoma, anatomy, benign growth, condition, disease, disorder, healthcare, histology, illness, large intestine, medical, medicine, pathology, rectal polyp, rectum, scanning electron micrograph, sem

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