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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2003;27(2): 92-95.
고립성 직장결핵 1예
허정욱
허정욱 속편한내과
A Case of Isolated Rectal Tuberculosis
Jung Wook Hur, M.D.
Hur Jung Wook Sokpyunhan Internal Medicine Clinic, Daegu, Korea
Abstract
Isolated rectal tuberculosis is defined as focal lesions of the rectum in the absence of demonstrable lesions in the small and large bowel, and it is a very rare form of intestinal tuberculosis. Common presenting features are rectal bleeding, diarrhea, constipation, tenesmus, and constitutional symptoms. Of them, rectal bleeding is the most common symptom. There are ulcerative, hypertrophic and combined types in the colonoscopic classification. Ulcerative type is the most common findings. The size of the ulcers are variable. The margins of the ulcer are irregular, swollen, erythematous and nodular. The base is covered with whitish to yellowish exudates and shows a granular appearance. For diagnosis of rectal tuberculosis it is important to obtain specimens at more than 6 regions in the base and margins of the ulcer. Important histologc findings are granuloma and demonstration of acid fast bacilli. I report a case of isolated rectal tuberculosis confirmed by colonoscopic study and histology. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2003;27:92⁣95)
Key Words: Isolated rectal tuberculosis, Colonoscopy, Granuloma
주요어: 고립성 직장결핵, 대장내시경검사, 육아종
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