Conclusion: The commonest colon polyp type was adenomatous polyp
Hindgut lesions exhibited a wide spectrum of histopathological features, adenomatous polyp
and well differentiated adenocarcinoma being most common among benign and malignant lesions.
The patient developed multiple adenomatous polyps
, and was successfully treated 15 years later by total colectomy.
There are several types of polyps, the most common being hyperplastic polyps, adenomatous polyps
and malignant polyps.
The preferred test or tests are those that will prevent CRC, rather than just detect the adenomatous polyp
Overall, about one percent of adenomatous polyps
less than one cm in size will undergo this change, 10 percent of adenomatous polyps
greater than one cm will become malignant within 10 years and 25 percent of adenomas greater than one cm will become malignant within 20 years.
Composite data from the international Prevention of Spontaneous Adenomatous Polyps
(PreSAP) study and the Adenoma Prevention with Celecoxib (APC) trial revealed nearly a twofold risk in cardiovascular events in patients taking celecoxib at doses of 200 mg or 400 mg twice daily or 400 mg once daily, compared with patients assigned to placebo in the trials.
- A grape-like shaped growth that occurs on the lining of the colon and rectum.
This type of serrated adenomatous polyp
shows complex, occasional filiform growth with ectopic crypt formation and exhibits characteristic cytologic features.
The review of literature showed only one case of solitary villo adenomatous polyp
with malignant transformation and metastatic spread (1) and dysplasia has also been observed in a solitary polyp.
It is believed to take about 10 years for a small adenomatous polyp
to grow into cancer.
For example, it takes an average of estimated 15 to 20 years for a small adenomatous polyp
to become malignant.
The adenomatous polyp
is the precursor of most CRCs.
But in some people, the doctor first finds a kind of benign tumor called an adenomatous polyp
We illustrated this artifact of oblique or peripheral sectioning of an adenomatous polyp