Juvenile polyposis coli A report of three patients in three generations of one family


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Abstract

Conclusions and SummaryThree case reports are presented of three generations in one family having colonic polyps of juvenile type. A familial tendency to develop juvenile polyposis is suggested. Although a carcinoma occurred concomitantly in this series, there is insufficient evidence to suggest a relationship between familial juvenile polyposis coli and carcinoma.

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