September 06, 2005


25 year-old male with a history of prior total colectomy presents with abdominal pain and yellowish drainage from his umbilicus.

The history and imaging findings are most consistent with:

  1. Cowden syndrome.

  2. Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.

  3. Gardner syndrome.

  4. Juvenile polyposis syndrome.

  5. Turcot syndrome.

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