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Am J Res Med Sci. 2017; 1(1): 35-37

Juvenile rectal polyp with osseous metaplasia- A rare case report.

Sonam S Nandyal, Krishnamurthy P Shashikala, Lakmapur Math Manjunath.

Heterotopic bone formation is seldom detected in lesions of gastrointestinal pathology. We report a rare case of osseous metaplasia in a juvenile rectal polyp in a four year old boy with a brief review of literature. As per the literature survey, this appears to be ninth case of osseous metaplasia in a juvenile rectal polyp.

Key words: Osseous metaplasia, juvenile polyp, rectal polyp.

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