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Tumor in the rectum

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    Is a rectal tumor the same as a rectal polyps 211.4?

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    211.4 is a Benign Neoplasm in the rectum and technically you can call that a tumor. What you need to know is whether the "tumor" in malignant (154.0 / 154.1) or benign (211.4)

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