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Colonic polyp

Polypoid lesions protruding from the mucosal surface to the intestinal cavity are called polyps before the pathological nature is determined. According to the pathology, they can be divided into: adenomatous polyps (including papillary adenomas) are the most common, inflammatory polyps, the result of the proliferation of intestinal mucosa stimulated by long-term inflammation, hamartoma type polyps, and others, such as mucosal hypertrophy and hyperplasia, forming proliferative polyps, lymphoid tissue hyperplasia, carcinoid and other diseases. Clinically, polyps can be single or multiple, most of which are colorectal polyps with obvious symptoms. Depending on the severity of symptoms, polyposis can be treated with Chinese and Western drugs, enteroscopy, laser, freezing, ligation and transabdominal or transanal methods.


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