An unusual polyp: a pedunculated leiomyoma of the sigmoid colon.

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tion of scant rectal bleeding that occurred with bowel movements. He deniedweight loss, fevers, fatigue, or alarm symptoms, and reported no family history of polyps, colorectal cancer, or intestinal disorders. His past medical history and physical examination including a digital rectal examination were unremarkable. Colonoscopy demonstrated a single 1.2 cm… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0030-1256640

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@article{Kemp2011AnUP, title={An unusual polyp: a pedunculated leiomyoma of the sigmoid colon.}, author={Charles Kemp and Cathy Arnold and Micheal S Torbenson and E. M. Stein}, journal={Endoscopy}, year={2011}, volume={43 Suppl 2 UCTN}, pages={E306-7} }