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Rectum

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Rectum, a normal endoscopic finding

Ampulla recti, the last part of the rectum

Benign common hyperplastic polyps in the rectum

Benign common hyperplastic polyps in the rectum

Radiation proctosigmoiditis (caused by radiation therapy given for a uterine cancer)

Ulcerative proctis (in the upper part of this image, the border to normal mucosa in the lower part of the image clearly visible)

Ulcerative colitis affecting rectum

Rectal Crohns disease

Rectal Crohns Disease

Proctitis caused by radiation therapy

A rectal tubular adenoma, a premalignant lesion

A rectal tubular adenoma, a premalignant lesion, snared during polypectomy

A rectal tubulovillous adenoma with high grade dysplasia (bleeding after biopsy)

A large rectal (perianal) tubulovillous adenoma with high grade dysplasia

A rectal malignant carcinoid tumour

A rectal malignant rectal polyp (adenocarcinoma)

A small rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)

Rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)

Rectal cancer caused by ulcerative colitis

Rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma)

Anus seen from inside rectum with the colonoscope in an inverted position

Internal haemorrhoids seen with the endoscope in an inverted position

Internal haemorrhoids ands an anal fibroma

Anus

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