Adenomatosis coli

  • B. Kommerell

Zusammenfassung

Polypen im Kolon und Rektum finden sich bis zu 10% der Erwachsenen (Ottenjann). Die polypösen Adenome müssen grundsätzlich in zwei große Gruppen unterteilt werden
  1. 1.

    die erbliche, bzw. familiäre Adenomatosis, deren Adenom in einer Zahl von Hunderten bis Tausenden das gesamte Kolon und Rektum in nahezu gleicher Dichte besiedeln können;

     
  2. 2.

    die einzelnen, nichterblichen Adenome, die vorwiegend im Sigma und Rektum vorkommen und mit 95% den Hauptanteil dieser Geschwülste darstellen (Bussey).

     

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