Histochemistry of small intestinal dysplasia in familial polyposis coli

@article{Romagnoli1986HistochemistryOS,
  title={Histochemistry of small intestinal dysplasia in familial polyposis coli},
  author={Paolo Romagnoli and Francesca Nardi and Francesco Tonelli and P Bechi},
  journal={Virchows Archiv B},
  year={1986},
  volume={52},
  pages={117-128}
}
SummaryBiopsies of duodenal and ileal mucosa from patients with familial polyposis coli were studied. Areas of atypia were identified in the duodenum of six patients and in the ileum of three patients. Grade I atypia was characterized by crowding and elongation of cells and nuclei, a slight reduction in the number of goblet cells and the presence of a brush border; grade II atypia was further characterized by pseudoor pluristratification of cells, a marked reduction in the number of goblet… 
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