Nonspecific ulcers of the colon

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Abstract

Two cases of nonspecific cecal ulceration are presented. The lesions tend to occur in the right colon, produce pain or bleeding, and generally are best managed surgically. Etiology of the ulcers is unknown, but a vascular theory of origin is favored.

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