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Endoscopic appearance of colonic lymphoid nodules: a normal variant

Endoscopic appearance of colonic lymphoid nodules: a normal variant

Gastroenterology 72(3): 524-526

A patient undergoing routine colonoscopy was observed to have multiple white nodules scattered diffusely throughout the colon. Endoscopic biopsy revealed normal lymph tissue. The endoscopic appearance was described to avoid misdiagnosis and inappropriate therapy.

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