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Benign nerve sheath tumor of the sigmoid colon

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      Abstract

      A rare case of a nerve sheath tumor of the sigmoid colon is presented. The radiological appearance of this tumor is described. The diagnostic roles of ultrasound sonography (US) and the barium enema in differentiating submucosal colon tumors are emphasized.

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