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These are large granulomatous colonic lesions that may occur as a complication of amoebiasis.

This occurs in about 10% of patients and usually occurs in the caecum or rectosigmoid colon. An amoeboma may cause intussusception or intestinal obstruction. It may be mistaken for a carcinoma.

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