Gastroenteroscopy was performed a week ago. There is a polyp. Take it off for testing. It is said that there is a tubular adenoma in the descending colon. Is this report serious? thank you!
The descending colon has tubular adenoma, which is not serious. Tubular adenoma is mostly seen in benign tumors, which is caused by abnormal hyperplasia of glands, and the probability of malignant transformation is small. After finding tubular adenoma, it needs to be removed in time, pay attention to the diet and eat easily digested food.
From the results of colonoscopy, it is the swelling of descending colon mucosa, and the pathological examination is tubular adenoma, indicating that it is a benign lesion. It is considered to be caused by repeated inflammatory stimulation. No problem. At ordinary times, we must pay attention to avoid drinking, and do not eat spicy and irritating food and raw and cold food. If you have external hemorrhoids, you must pay attention to the unobstructed stool at ordinary times.
Hello, there are some abnormal problems in your current situation. It is suggested that you should go to the hospital for relevant examination to clarify the current situation and daily diet. We should pay more attention to it, and then on the other hand, we should carry out relevant drug treatment.