Surgical resection of villous adenomas of the rectum

Winburn, Ginger B.
December 1998
American Surgeon;Dec1998, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p1170
Academic Journal
Evaluates surgical resection as treatment option for villous adenomas of the rectum in the Medical College Hospital and Clinics in Augusta, Georgia. Epidemiology of villous adenomas; Difficulties in the diagnosis of the adenomas; Operative procedures used for villous lesions in the rectum; Complication and recurrence rate after transanal excision.


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