A morphological study on the histogenesis of human colorectal hyperplastic polyps

@article{Araki1995AMS,
  title={A morphological study on the histogenesis of human colorectal hyperplastic polyps},
  author={K. Araki and T. Ogata and Michiya Kobayashi and R. Yatani},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1995},
  volume={109},
  pages={1468-1474}
}
Abstract Background & Aims Little is known about the histogenesis of human colorectal hyperplastic polyp, although this polyp is clinically very common. Therefore, the structural features of the polyp and their implications regarding histogenesis were studied. Methods A total of 261 foci were examined using scanning electron-microscopic observation of the isolated crypt and surface structure, NaOH cell maceration and scanning electron microscopy, dissecting microscopy, and standard histological… Expand
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