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polypoid

 [pol´ĭ-poid]
resembling a polyp.

pol·y·poid

(pol'i-poyd),
Resembling a polyp in gross features.
Synonym(s): polypiform
[polyp + G. eidos, resemblance]

polypoid

/pol·yp·oid/ (pol´ĭ-poid) resembling a polyp.

polypoid

Etymology: Gk, polys, many, pous, foot, eidos, form
like a polyp or tumor on a stalk.

pol·y·poid

(pol'i-poyd)
Resembling a polyp in gross features.
[polyp + G. eidos, resemblance]

polypoid

resembling a polyp.
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Large mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma simulating multiple polypoid lesions at the cecum and rectum.
1,3) The imaging appearances of gastric lymphoma includes focal or diffuse wall thickening, occasionally ulcerated polypoid lesions, and the submucosal nodular form (Figure 3).
Three histologic patterns are recognized, (43) the most common of which is a cloverleaf-shaped polypoid mass with secondary changes of cystitis cystica/glandularis.
Other colonoscopic features include nodules, deformed segment of the colon, polypoid lesions or pseudopolyps, strictures, and less commonly, fibrous bands forming mucosal bridges (3).
The solitary form is more common in adults and appears as a focal polypoid nodule or mass on CT.
Macroscopically, no matter the histologic type, these papillomas will appear as papillary, exophytic, polypoid to bulky lesions, red or gray or brown, and firm to friable.
The mass was formed from a firm polypoid creamy tissue, 2 x 3 cm in size (Fig.
Isodense polypoid masses may be undetectable when concealed by incompletely distended bowel.
However, there may be another small, polypoid tumor composed purely of Schwann cells that may or may not be related.
MRI showed bulky polypoid tumour and a lot of high signal change within the rectal lumen suggesting a mucinous nature of the polypoid mass.
Both showed polypoid fragments of endometrium with complex hyperplasia with cytologic atypia and squamous metaplasia (Figure 1).
Two were located on the proximal aspect of a fold, three were flat, and four were polypoid.