Absolutely...to be considered to have pseudopolyposis, you must first have the offending pseudopolyp and vice versa, if you have a pseudopolyp, you are considered as having pseudopolyposis. Pseudopolyps are NOT pre-malignant polyps but have the characteristics of them and hats off to the many docs who call it as they see it. Too many docs just call these polyps which are considered pre-malignant.
Have I muddied the waters? I'm really good at that
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