adenomatous polyp


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ad·e·nom·a·tous pol·yp

a polyp that consists of benign neoplastic tissue derived from glandular epithelium.

adenomatous polyp

A premalignant lesion arising in the gastrointestinal mucosa, which increases in frequency with age. 

Management
Polypectomy, follow-up every 3 years.

adenomatous polyp

GI disease A premalignant glandular tumor arising in the GI tract mucosa, which is more common in older persons Management Polypectomy, followup every 3 yrs

ad·e·nom·a·tous pol·yp

(ad'ĕ-nō'mă-tŭs pol'ip)
A polyp that consists of benign neoplastic tissue derived from glandular epithelium.
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It has been suggested that all parts of the stomach should be carefully investigated for mucosal anomalies in cases with adenomatous polyps and a control EGD should be conducted after 6 months if incomplete polypectomy was performed (6).
This study was conducted to assess the proliferative activity of adenomatous polyps using Ki-67.
* Have a personal history of CRC or adenomatous polyps
Robinson, "Distal adenomatous polyps are rare in patients with inflammatory bowel disease," Postgraduate Medical Journal, vol.
(25) The transition between the cytologically dysplastic epithelium and the nondysplastic SSA/P epithelium can be abrupt, appearing as a collision between 2 disparate lesions, leading to their classification as "mixed hyperplastic adenomatous polyps" or "mixed SSA/P-tubular adenoma" in the past.
Adenomatous polyps. The adenomatous polyp is the precursor of most CRCs.
CT, being highly sensitive, precisely delineates extent of lesions and differentiates PCI from adenomatous polyp or malignancy.
We illustrated this artifact of oblique or peripheral sectioning of an adenomatous polyp diagrammatically (Figure).
"Furthermore, there is some evidence to suggest that cancers of the small and large bowel both arise from adenomatous polyp precursor lesions, suggesting the adenoma-carcinoma sequence is relevant to both sites.
In April 2004, Dr Peter Cotton and his colleagues published the second multicenter, prospective study comparing CTC and colonoscopy in terms of adenomatous polyp detection for a screening population.
Next to adenomatous polyp this mesenchymal tumors are the most common benign tumors of colon.