cloacogenic

cloacogenic

 [klo″ah-ko-jen´ik]
originating from the cloaca or from persisting cloacal remnants; said of a group of rare transitional-cell nonkeratinizing epidermoid anal cancers.

cloacogenic

/clo·a·co·gen·ic/ (klo″ah-ko-jen´ik) originating from the cloaca or from persisting cloacal remnants.

cloacogenic

originating from the cloaca or from persisting cloacal remnants; said of a group of rare transitional-cell nonkeratinizing epidermoid anal cancers.
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In 1979 researchers at Philadelphia's Fox Chase Cancer Center reported four cases of cloacogenic anal cancer (see "Anal cancer basics" on page 6) in four men who "engaged in longstanding receptive anal intercourse.
Three of those (60%) had also been deferred to a consensus group at the time of original diagnosis: (1) dysplasia in a patient with inflammatory bowel disease, (2) an inflammatory cloacogenic polyp with prolapse changes, and (3) a difficult uterine stromal proliferation.
Therefore, cancers are predominantly SCCs, adenocarcinomas, or basaloid and cloacogenic carcinomas.
Kennedy JC, Majmudar B: Primary adenocarcinoma of the vulva, possibly cloacogenic.
Extraprostatic localization of prostatic acid phosphatase and prostate-specific antigen: distribution in cloacogenic glandular epithelium and sex-dependent expression in human anal gland.
In the literature, this epithelium has been variously designated as transitional, intermediate, or cloacogenic.
Extraprostatic localization of prostate acid phosphatase and prostate-specific antigen: distribution in cloacogenic glandular epithelium and sex-dependent expression in human anal gland.
The so-called inflammatory cloacogenic polyp probably represents a distal manifestation of solitary rectal ulcer syndrome.
Extraprostatic localisation of prostate acid phosphatase and prostate-specific antigen: distribution in cloacogenic glandular epithelium and sex-dependent expression in human anal gland.
The differential diagnosis of benign fibroblastic polyps includes other spindle cell proliferations that may present as mucosal polyps within the gastrointestinal tract, including inflammatory fibroid polyps (Vanek tumor), gastrointestinal stromal tumor, schwannoma, ganglioneuroma, inflammatory cloacogenic polyp, prolapsing mucosal polyp, smooth muscle tumors, and the recently described intestinal perineurioma.
In addition, the possibility of a metastatic cloacogenic carcinoma of the anus and adenoid cystic/basal cell carcinoma arising in Cowper glands should be also addressed.
Small cell neuroendocrine carcinoma of the colon and rectum: clinical, histological and ultrastructural comparison with cloacogenic cancer.