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Familial adnomatous polyposis (FAP) is a disease characterised by a multitude of polyps (hundreds to thousands), most often present in the colon, which have pre-malignant potential. The condition is due to a mutation in the adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) gene. Although the majority of these cases are inherited, a significant proportion arise due to a de novo mutation. The definitive treatment for the condition is surgery, but with multiple surgical options available, it is important todoi:10.37707/jnds.v1i3.75 fatcat:d5e3k2a4tzajxosq5gajvml4hq