Solitary rectal ulcer mimicking rectal carcinoma on imaging
A 37-year lady presented with pain, per rectal bleeding and altered bowel habits. She was suspected to have a rectal growth on colonoscopy , contrast enhanced CT scan and MRI. However the CEA levels were normal and histopathology showed a solitary rectal ulcer. The report highlights the importance of this benign condition as confounding for rectal malignancy.
Pakistan Journal of Radiology
Memon, A. S.
(2017). Solitary rectal ulcer mimicking rectal carcinoma on imaging. Pakistan Journal of Radiology, 27(1), 44-46.
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