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today i went for a colonopscapy,and i was told they had to take a biopsie cause my colon was real red with white bumps and he had never seen this before....does anybody know what this could be???? nurse
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replied August 2nd, 2009
The findings that you describe are suggestive of inflammation of the colon. Hopefully, the biopsies will provide a specific diagnosis, however.

Sincerely/ Robert A. Washcher, MD, FACS

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