My father was tested for rectal cancer six months ago, and as a high-risk group, he went to the hospital for a colonoscopy in May this year and was examined for two polyps and one suspected adenoma, and the doctor said it was too small and asked him to operate after one year, so I would like to ask whether it is necessary to operate earlier and whether there is a risk of cancer after one year.
At present, colonoscopy suggests that the polyps are relatively small and can be considered for treatment by electrosurgery after one year.Early surgery may also allow for complete electrodesection of the polyp.The disease can be cured by microscopic mucosal resection.
If intestinal polyps occur, it is recommended to complete the polyp removal surgery under colonoscopy. Intestinal polyps are abnormal growths in the intestine and have a certain possibility of cancer, so the intestinal polyps that occur should be examined and treated in a timely manner, the main purpose is to prevent intestinal polyps from becoming cancerous.
The colon has multiple polyps, this situation I suggest you or the internal diameter, want to remove it, right?This situation, of course, after the removal is the best, I suggest you go to the regular hospital to a larger hospital to remove it, you can endoscopic can be removed