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High-seated, submucosal dystopic rectal Ca, actually belonging to the sigmoid.
Ugly, spiteful “Shit Conflict.”
The unique feature here is that a flat-growing adeno-ca of the resorptive grade grows under the overlying rectal squamous mucosa (ectoderm), palpable but not visible.
If the tumor under the rectal mucosa undergoes tuberculous-caseous neurotic degradation, then we have a submucosal abscess. These abscesses are usually considered and referred to as so-called hemorrhoids.
- secretory type: the dissolution of a morsel, also morsel of feces
- resorptive type (rare): resorption of, e.g., water
High-seated, submucosal dystopic rectal-Ca, actually belonging to the sigmoid.