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GIT Colon Polyps and Risk of Malignancy

Which of the following colon polyps has highly increased risk of being malignant?
A) Hamartomatous polyps
B) Tubular adenomatous polyps
C) Villous adenomatous polyps
D) Hyperplastic polyps
E) Tubulovillous adenomatous polyps
F) Peutz-Jeghers polyps
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C) Villous adenomatous polyps
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