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Revised: 2 June 2012, last major update June 2012
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● Usually mesenchymal, such as leiomyoma or fibroepithelial polyp
● Fibroepithelial polyps protrude into lumen, also seen in bladder, renal pelves, urethra
● Composed of loose vascularized connective tissue beneath mucosa
● May be affected by neurofibromatosis (Am J Surg Pathol 1989;13:873)
End of Ureters > Benign tumors > General
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