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Filiform polyposis is an uncommon entity that is most often encountered in the colon of patients with a history of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). We report a case of filiform polyposis occurring in a 71-year-old man with no history, or symptoms of IBD. The patient was found to have numerous polypoid lesions in the ascending and proximal transverse colon endoscopically and underwent hemicolectomy. Gross examination revealed numerous finger-like polyps spreading in the ascending colon anddoi:10.4172/2472-4971.1000101 fatcat:3kesl2td75afdjze23b56niuhu