Fundic Gland Polyposis
Fundic gland polyps (a better term than polyposis, as these polyps may be solitary or in small numbers) is a medical syndrome where the fundus of the stomach develops many polyps. The condition has been described both in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) and attenuated variants (AFAP), and in patients in whom it occurs sporadically.
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... There is a risk of development of cancer with fundic gland polyposis, but it varies based on the underlying cause of the polyposis ... The risk is highest with congenital polyposis syndromes, and is lowest in acquired causes ... As a result, it is recommend that patients with multiple fundic polyps have a colonoscopy to evaluate the colon ...