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is a disorder of pigmentation of the wall of the colon, often identified at the time of colonoscopy
. It is benign, and may have no significant correlation with any disease. The name melanosis coli is a misnomer; the brown pigment is actually lipofuscin
in macrophages, not melanin as the name implies.
The condition is unrelated to true melanoses, such as Peutz-Jeghers syndrome
and smoker's melanosis, which are pre malignant conditions.
So,you should not worry about it. And answer of your question is that there is no treatment or reversal of the condition.