These odd-appearing polyps show the rather characteristic features of "atypical juvenile polyps".
Although there is some surface ulceration, these polyps lack the widespread ulceration characteristic of
standard juvenile polyps and they also show this rather papillary and multinodular appearance. There is
undoubted dysplasia in some of these polyps. Such polyps are characteristic of juvenile polyposis. One
of the small polyps appears uniformly dysplastic and some might regard this as an adenoma.