Inflammatory cloacogenic polyp. A unique inflammatory lesion of the anal transitional zone.


This report describes the clinical and pathologic features of eight cases of an unusual inflammatory polyp arising from the transitional zone of the anus. This lesion has been designated as the inflammatory cloacogenic polyp. Rectal bleeding is the most common presenting clinical symptom. The polyp is usually located on the anterior wall of the anal canal… (More)


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