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Chronic nonspecific colitis
My father is 62 years old and diagnosed with chronic nonspecific colitis. We are heading towards his operation. His biopsy reports have come benign twice in biopsy ... But the doctors are still saying that it cab be malignancy... We are confused...we would be grateful to have some guidence over the matter that after comming twice as benign in biopsy can it be malignant?.. And what kind of operation should we go for polypectomy/laparoscopic surgery.. Kindly guide us ... Thank you 🙏
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Hi Upload your colonoscopy and biopsy details Usg or CECT if done
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