FAP with concurrent duodenal adenomatous polyposis and carcinoid tumor.

Abstract

We report a patient with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) who developed duodenal adenomatosis with high-grade dysplasia and a periampullary carcinoid tumor several years after total colectomy. Only two prior case reports exist revealing carcinoid tumors in association with FAP. No genetic basis exists explaining the link between FAP and carcinoid tumors… (More)

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@article{Camp2004FAPWC, title={FAP with concurrent duodenal adenomatous polyposis and carcinoid tumor.}, author={E. Ramsay Camp and Steven N. Hochwald and Chen Liu}, journal={Journal of surgical oncology}, year={2004}, volume={87 4}, pages={187-90} }