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Benign rectal ulceration of unknown origin. An unusual cause of rectal bleeding.
  1. E R Howard,
  2. W F Whimster

    Abstract

    An unusual progressive form of benign rectal ulceration was found in an infant who presented with repeated episodes of rectal bleeding. The ulceration failed to respond to medical treatment but was cured by anterior resection of the rectum. The aetiology is not known.

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