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Synonyms for polyp

a small vascular growth on the surface of a mucous membrane

one of two forms that coelenterates take (e.g. a hydra or coral): usually sedentary with a hollow cylindrical body usually with a ring of tentacles around the mouth

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Conclusion: Histopathologically juvenile polyp is the major cause of LGIB in children in our set up which is also found in other national and international studies.
Key Words: Lower GI Bleed Histopathology Juvenile Polyp Ulcerative Colitis Colonoscopy.
Juvenile Polyps: About seventy-five percent of children with polyps have Juvenile Polyps (JP), which is considered a benign condition.
Malignant Change Of Juvenile Polyp Of Colon A Case Report.
Juvenile polyps do not show any dysplastic changes and are commonly seen in children, older than 2 years.
0, prior to making poly A RNA or fixation for in situ hybridization (see below); juvenile polyps were raised exclusively on emulsified hardboiled egg yolk prior to processing, to avoid contamination with Artemia genes.
JPS involves juvenile polyps, mostly in the colon, that are histologically distinct, consisting of dilated cysts filled with mucin and lined by stromal cells.
Juvenile polyps maybe accompanied by abdominal pain, anal itching, painful bowel movements, constipation, or rectal mucus and diarrhea, but rarely anemia.
The nonneoplastic polyps include the mucosal polyps, hyperplastic polyps, juvenile polyps, Peutz-Jeghers polyps, and inflammatory polyps.
The composition of nematocytes in the aboral tentacles or their rudiments was examined in star-shaped embryos, preactinulae before liberation, 2-4-h-old larvae, 24-28-h-old larvae, settling larvae, settled individuals, and juvenile polyps 2 days after settlement.
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