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Clinical Challenge | Endoscopy

An Unusual Cause of Anemia and Positive Fecal Occult Blood Test Screening QUIZ ONLINE FIRST

Tajana Pavic, MD, PhD1; Marko Velimir Grgic, MD, PhD2; Sasa Schmidt, MD, PhD3
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1Department of Gastroenterology, Clinical Hospital Center, Sisters of Mercy, Zagreb, Croatia
2Departments of Ear, Nose, and Throat and Head & Neck Surgery, University Hospital, Sisters of Mercy, Zagreb, Croatia
3Department of Radiology, Clinical Hospital Center, Sisters of Mercy, Zagreb, Croatia
JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. Published online July 21, 2016. doi:10.1001/jamaoto.2016.1671
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A man presented with edema of the lower leg and suspected venous thrombosis; computed tomography revealed an esophageal intraluminal tubular mass of soft-tissue density originating just below the pyriform recessus and extending through the esophagus in the stomach lumen. What is your diagnosis?

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Intraluminal tubular mass extending through the entire esophagus. CT indicates computed tomographic.

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A, V-shaped 18-cm-long hypopharyngeal polyp with 7-cm wide stalk and apical ulceration. B, Histopathological image. C, Giant hypopharyngeal polyp drawn out through the mouth intraoperatively.

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