PMID: 7468527Feb 1, 1981Paper

Diffuse mucosal ganglioneuromatosis of the colon associated with adenocarcinoma

American Journal of Clinical Pathology
D C SnoverH W Sumner

Abstract

A case of diffuse (nonpolypoid) ganglioneuromatosis of the colon found in association with an adenocarcinoma is described. The virtual confinement of this process to the mucosa implies a mucosal origin. A possible relationship of this lesion to multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2b is briefly discussed.

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