The nuclei of colonic adenomatous polyps and some colonic carcinomas have a normal diploid profile. The remaining carcinomas are aneuploid, and this change most probably occurs after the dysplasia that determines invasiveness, because even adenomatous polyps with carcinoma in situ are diploid.
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