By Christopher D. M. Fletcher, Philip H. McKee
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There is a familial tenden cy and postulated aetiological factors inctude a low fibre diet, a high fat diet and a dietary alteration in bile salt metabolism. Prognosis is directly related to staging (see Fig . 52) 34 3 Alimentary System Fig. 49 Fungating rectal carcinoma. This is an abdomino perineal resection specimen showing a 'cauliflower' fungat ing tumour, in the distal rectum, which has been bisected to emphasise its polypoid mode of growth . Th is macro scopical variant of large bowel adeno carcinoma is com paratively uncommon and is usually histologically well diHerentiated .
This is an abdomino perineal resection specimen showing a 'cauliflower' fungat ing tumour, in the distal rectum, which has been bisected to emphasise its polypoid mode of growth . Th is macro scopical variant of large bowel adeno carcinoma is com paratively uncommon and is usually histologically well diHerentiated . Fig. 51 Caecal carcinoma. The terminal ileum and caecum have been dissected to show three separate lesions arising in the proximal caecal mucosa. The largest (left) is an ulcerated adenocarcinoma while the other two are neoplastic polyps .
18 Chronic atrophic gastritis. This'stomach shows extreme atrophy and pallor with loss of the mucosal folds and marked attenua tion of the gastric wall, such that it is almost translucent. This re presents the end-stage of chronic autoimmune gastritis, which i's the commonest cause of pernicious anaemia. Autoantibodies to intrinsic factor and gastric parietal cells are found in such patients, who develop a marked deficiency of vitamin 8'2' Up to 10% of patients with atrophic gastritis may subsequently develop gastric carcinoma.
An Atlas of Gross Pathology by Christopher D. M. Fletcher, Philip H. McKee