Colon cancer, colectomy, colonoscopy, bubble like cluster, MoviPrep. Suggestion?
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The small bubbles that your surgeon has noticed on colonoscopy can best be diagnosed by a biopsy which is already under investigation. Sometimes it is difficult to comment on these things without having a look at it or actually examining it. Still my best guesses would be-
1. multiple small polyps- most probable.
2. Necrotising enterocolitis or a localised area of necrosis due to the damage caused by any external stimulus or autoimmune.
4. Due to allergy to any food item like gluten.
I hope you have found my answer and recommendations to be both adequate and helpful. Should you have additional questions I am available to address them.
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