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Gardner syndrome p. 396
Gardner syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder characterized by multiple polyps in the colon and tumors elsewhere in the body. These tumors can include osteomas on the skull, fibromas, epidermoid cysts, and thyroid cancer. Symptoms of Gardner syndrome may include hematochezia (passage of fresh blood in stool), bowel obstruction, and palpable rectal polyps.
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