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It's still high, but it's not the 100 percent that goes along with familial polyposis.
HR15 Colonoscopy: Persons with a family history of familial polyposis coli or cancer family syndrome, a) two or more first degree relatives with colon cancer, start colonoscopy at age 35 or 5 yrs less than youngest relative with cancer and continue every 3-5 years.; b) symptomatic patients with one first degree relative with colon cancer, start at age 35 and continue every 3-5 years.
If you need to have your colon and rectum removed because of ulcerative colitis or familial polyposis several operations may be available.
In people with a genetic mutation that causes familial polyposis, piles of cells that have a strong potential to develop into tumors of the inner lining of the colon, are extremely high risk for developing colon cancer.
In a four-year study of 58 persons with familial polyposis, an inherited p condition, it was found that patients who consumed a high-fiber bran cereal dail reduction in the number of polyps in their large intestines compared to those wh a look-alike low-fiber cereal.
Some benign growths that involve the small and large intestines, such as those seen in familial polyposis, are clearly hereditary.
Observations on the origin of adenomatous epithelium of the colon: serial section studies of minute polyps in familial polyposis. Cancer.
Hyperplastic polyposis in the stomach is a frequent finding in familial polyposis and Gardner's syndrome.
It is one of the components of Gardner's syndrome (familial polyposis coli with desmoids tumor and craniofacial osteoma, epidermoid cyst, congenital hypertrophy of retinal pigment epithelium)

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