pseudopolyposis

pseudopolyposis

 [soo″do-pol″ĭ-po´sis]
numerous pseudopolyps in the colon and rectum, due to longstanding inflammation.

pseudopolyposis

/pseu·do·pol·y·po·sis/ (-pol″ĭ-po´sis) numerous pseudopolyps in the colon and rectum, due to long-standing inflammation.

pseudopolyposis

(soo″dō-pŏl″ĭ-pō′sĭs) [″ + ″ + ″ + osis, condition]
A large number of pseudopolyps in the colon due to chronic inflammation.

pseudopolyposis

numerous pseudopolyps in the colon and rectum, due to longstanding inflammation.
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The differential diagnosis is Crohns disease, ileitis or Backwash ileitis at the stoma, pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia, extensive pseudopolyposis or granulation tissue, pyoderma gangrenosum, and squamous cell carcinoma.
The indications to surgical treatment included massive bleeding, perforation of the colon, structure of the colon along the length, pseudopolyposis, ulcer malignization, resistance to the conservative therapy, prolonged anamnesis, progressing of disease, extraintestinal complication in aggregate with intestinal complications.
Local complications of ulcerative colitis: stricture, pseudopolyposis and carcinoma of the colon and rectum.
A diagnosis of pseudopolyposis colon was considered to be IBD but was not included in the subanalyses.