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Figure 2: (a) Endoscopic biopsy specimen of rectum with hematoxylin and eosin staining, at 10× magnification.(b) An 100× magnified image of endoscopic biopsy specimen of rectum. The crypts show cystic dilatation with patchy inflammation and crypt abscess formation—consistent with colitis cystica superficialis

Figure 2: (a) Endoscopic biopsy specimen of rectum with hematoxylin and eosin staining, at 10× magnification.(b) An 100× magnified image of endoscopic biopsy specimen of rectum. The crypts show cystic dilatation with patchy inflammation and crypt abscess formation—consistent with colitis cystica superficialis