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what is granular mucosa colon?

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Dr. Joseph Rank
Specializes in Pathology
Mucosa of the colon: At colonoscopy the doctor will describe the appearance of the mucosa of the colon during the examination. Granular appearing mucosa usually means there is a roughened or sometimes reddish appearance and often correlates with inflammation in the colon. The pathologist is the doctor who looks at the biopsy makes that diagnosis.

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What causes redness in mucosa in colon?

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Irritation: Infection, inflammation can cause redness.

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