Endoscopic resection of primary rectal teratoma.


A 76-year-old female was noted to have a rectal mass on evaluation for postmenopausal bleeding. There was no history of abdominal pain, constipation, or rectal bleeding. Flexible sigmoidoscopy revealed a 3-cm pedunculated rectal mass at 10 cm. Hair fibers were visible through the smooth glistening surface. At colonoscopy, the polyp was removed by snare… (More)


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