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Fig. 1. Colonoscopy shows a huge, movable mass that came off the colonic wall; it is covered with focal ulcerations and hemorrhagic mucosa with a small ulcer and is located in the distal rectum (A). A remnant long stalk covered by necrotic and ulcerative tissue in the transverse colon (B). Removal of the remnant long stalk using injection-assisted snare polypectomy (C). View of the base of the ulcer defect caused by electrosurgery after stalk removal (D).
Gut Liver 2011;5:380~382 https://doi.org/10.5009/gnl.2011.5.3.380
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