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Patient—anatomical site of colorectal polyps

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METeOR identifier:Help on this term530507
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 29/08/2014
Definition:Help on this termThe anatomical site of the patient's colorectal polyps.

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Object class:Patient
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A person for whom a health service accepts responsibility for treatment and or care.

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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Property:Anatomical site of colorectal polyps
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The anatomical site of colorectal polyps found in an individual.

A colorectal polyp is a small growth of colon tissue that protrude into the colonic or rectal lumen. It is are usually asymptomatic, but sometimes it causes visible rectal bleeding, and, rarely, other symptoms.
Property group:Help on this termIllness and/or Injury event

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Patient—anatomical site of colorectal polyps, code XX[XX] Health, Standard 29/08/2014

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