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adenomatous

 [ad″ĕ-nom´ah-tus]
pertaining to adenoma or to nodular hyperplasia of a gland.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ad·e·nom·a·tous

(ad'ĕ-nō'mă-tŭs),
Relating to an adenoma, and to some types of glandular hyperplasia.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ad·e·nom·a·tous

(ad'ĕ-nō'mă-tŭs)
Relating to an adenoma, and to some types of glandular hyperplasia.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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For regression analysis, LSTs with an adenomatous pit pattern, high-grade dysplasia histology, or adenocarcinoma histology were significant independent risk factors for piecemeal resection after EMR (OR 14.036, 95% CI 2.882-68.360, p=0.001; OR 3.418, 95% CI 1.129-10.346, p=0.030; and OR 12.979, 95% CI 2.377-70.855, p=0.003, respectively).
The current clinical guidelines for the testing and management of hereditary GI cancers from the American College of Gastroenterology (2015) recommend genetic testing in individuals with more than 10 cumulative colorectal adenomatous polyps (12).
Previous reports have described adenomatous change in juvenile polyps, but predominantly in patients with multiple polyps or juvenile polyposis rather than solitary juvenile polyps.
Mann et al., "Adenomatous neuroendocrine tumors of the middle ear: a multiinstitutional investigation of 32 cases and development of a staging system," Otology and neurotology, vol.
Vasen, "A nation-wide study comparing sporadic and familial adenomatous polyposis-related desmoid-type fibromatoses," International Journal of Cancer, vol.
Among the adenomatous polyps 29 cases were tubular adenomas, 12 cases were tubulovillous adenomas and 6 cases were villous adenomas.
They noted that CRC among White patients was similar to that seen in western countries with respect to incidence' distribution, sex ratio, and synchronous lesions; in the African population' CRC was uncommon and presented late with advanced disease, with absence of synchronous adenomatous polyps and cancers and absence of diverticular disease, and was associated with a high fibre and low meat and fat diet.
Most common neoplastic polyps are adenomas or adenomatous polyps, which arise due to dysplastic proliferation and have a potency to progress to cancer.
Attenuated familial adenomatous polyposis (AFAP), or oligopolyposis, is characterized by an older age of onset, usually between the ages of 40 to 70, with a fewer number of colorectal adenomas (< 100) and a predilection to the proximal colon [1, 3, 5].
Of the 80 patients, 22 had no adenomatous nodule in the prostatic TZ (group A), with a median PV of 23.1 ml (Table 1).
Basil Morson from London, United Kingdom, perhaps the best known and revered gastrointestinal pathologist of the mid to late twentieth century, used the term metaplastic polyp in 1962 for what we now call hyperplastic polyps in order to distinguish them from true adenomatous proliferations.