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Year Number of Results
1945 3
1946 1
1947 4
1948 5
1949 3
1952 4
1953 1
1954 4
1955 10
1956 6
1957 12
1958 6
1959 3
1960 11
1961 14
1962 9
1964 1
1965 17
1966 19
1967 28
1968 25
1969 37
1970 48
1971 52
1972 49
1973 35
1974 41
1975 28
1976 48
1977 51
1978 39
1979 55
1980 52
1981 53
1982 54
1983 50
1984 69
1985 73
1986 61
1987 95
1988 107
1989 93
1990 106
1991 90
1992 104
1993 84
1994 112
1995 123
1996 135
1997 137
1998 123
1999 119
2000 133
2001 132
2002 153
2003 133
2004 152
2005 184
2006 178
2007 209
2008 275
2009 263
2010 291
2011 340
2012 350
2013 391
2014 464
2015 507
2016 384
2017 371
2018 367
2019 173
2020 2
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Pathology of colorectal cancer.
Ponz de Leon M and Di Gregorio C. Dig Liver Dis 2001 - Review. PMID 11432519
The large majority of colorectal malignancies develop from adenomatous polyps. These can be defined as well demarcated masses of epithelial dysplasia, with uncontrolled crypt cell division. ...More rare malignancies of the large bowel include signet-ring cell carcinoma, squamous carcinoma, undifferentiated neoplasms and medullary type adenocarcinoma (solid carcinoma with minimal glandular differentiation or slight cellular pleomorphism). ...
The large majority of colorectal malignancies develop from adenomatous polyps. These can be defined as well demarcated masses of epit …
"Melanosis" in the small and large intestine.
Freeman HJ. World J Gastroenterol 2008 - Review. PMID 18666316 Free PMC article.
Pigment may also be detected in the small intestine. Although labeled as melanosis, electron microscopy and X-ray analytical methods have provided evidence that this pigment is not melanin at all, but lipofuscin. ...
Pigment may also be detected in the small intestine. Although labeled as melanosis, electron microscopy and X-ray analytical methods …
Anal Health Care Basics
Chang J, et al. Perm J 2016. PMID 27723447 Free PMC article.
Common errors include an inaccurate diagnosis of hemorrhoids when other pathology is present and subsequent treatment with a steroid product, which is harmful to the anal area.Most of these problems can be avoided by improving bowel habits. ...
Common errors include an inaccurate diagnosis of hemorrhoids when other pathology is present and subsequent treatment with a steroid …
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