polypoid tumor

polypoid tumor

Oncology Any tumor benign or malignant with a polyp-like appearance. See Polyp.
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Type 1 is a small, multifocal, polypoid tumor with a predilection for the gastric body and strong association with chronic autoimmune atrophic gastritis.
An esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) performed in our outpatient department revealed a polypoid tumor in the lower esophagus, at a site 33 cm from the incisors, accompanied by hyperemia and erosion (Figure 1).
The surgical specimen of the uterus showed a 35 mm polypoid tumor developing from the uterine posterior wall.
Polypoid tumor of 20 x 15 mm located in the fundus with areas of haemorrhage and necrosis.
A follow-up examination that included an upper gastrointestinal endoscopy showed a pedunculated polypoid tumor in the middle thoracic esophagus, approximately 2 cm in diameter (Figure 1(a)).
Bronchoscopic examination showed that the left main bronchus was completely occluded by a polypoid tumor (Figure 3(a)).
Several endobronchial biopsies were obtained from the large polypoid tumor located in bronchus intermedius and from the lesion in left main bronchus.
Bronchoscopy showed a round pinkish polypoid tumor obstructing the distal portion of the left main bronchus [Figure 1]b.
Urgent colonoscopy was performed immediately, identifying a fungating, polypoid tumor about 15 cm above the anal verge with partial intestinal obstruction [Figure 1]a.
The biopsy showed pseudostratified nasal epithelium and underlying polypoid tumor mass composed of benign spindle cells arranged in hypo & hypercellular areas.
Microscopic analysis revealed that the polypoid tumor was composed of cells with gland-forming pleomorphic nuclei (figure 2).
Is there also an image of the gastric outlet obstructed by the polypoid tumor?