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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2010;41(1): 61-64.
대롱유두샘종과 병발한 바터팽대부 림프용종 1예
서울보훈병원 소화기내과, *병리과
A Case of Lymphoid Polyp in the Ampulla of Vater Associated with Tubulopapillary Adenoma
Ji Ho Kim, M.D., Jei So Bang, M.D., Jong Hoon Byun, M.D., Su Hyun Yang, M.D., Sung Hoon Kim, M.D., Ji Sun Jang, M.D. and Yoon Jung Kim, M.D.*
Departments of Medicine and *Pathology, Seoul Veterans Hospital, Seoul, Korea
Lymphoid polyp is a very rare disease that commonly occurs in the rectum. It is a benign, focal or diffuse lesion that typically occurs where clusters of lymphoid follicles are present. The polyp is composed of well differentiated lymphoid tissue. It can generally be differentiated from malignant lymphoma by the proliferation of normal lymphoid tissue, which has a prominent follicular pattern and a clearly defined germinal center. There have been only a few reports of lymphoid polyps of the rectum, and there have been no reports of lymphoid polyp in the ampulla of Vater. We experienced a case of lymphoid polyp in the ampulla of Vater associated with tubulopapillary adenoma, and the patient first presented with jaundice, weight loss and general weakness. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2010;41:61-64)
Key Words: Lymphoid polyp, Tubulopapillary adenoma, Ampulla of Vater
주요어: 림프용종, 대롱유두샘종, 바터팽대부
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