Once a polyp
has been found, treatment involves removal of the growth.
INDICATIONS: Small nasal polyps
may not cause symptoms.
The system compares the features of each polyp
against more than 30,000 endocytoscopic images that were used for machine learning, allowing it to predict the lesion pathology in less than a second.
Keywords: Dysphagia, hamartoma, palatine tonsil, polyp
Receiver-operating characteristic (ROC) curves analysis was used to identify the optimal cutoff value for polyp
3) The middle turbinate helps differentiate between the antrochoanal and sphenochoanal polyps
: The antrochoanal polyp
is found between the middle turbinate and the lateral nasal wall, extending into the choana; the sphenochoanal polyp
is located between the middle turbinate and the nasal septum, extending into the choana.
Conclusion: The commonest colon polyp
type was adenomatous polyp
Given rare conditions of multiple intussusceptions in PJS, the study investigated a case of a 15-year-old girl who was diagnosed with concurrent intestinal intussusception and colon intussusception due to relatively large polyps
by MDCT enterography.
13%] was endometrial polyp
with atypical endometrial hyperplasia [Table 3].
Basil Morson from London, United Kingdom, perhaps the best known and revered gastrointestinal pathologist of the mid to late twentieth century, used the term metaplastic polyp
in 1962 for what we now call hyperplastic polyps
in order to distinguish them from true adenomatous proliferations.
Most urologists will only infrequently encounter patients with a fibroepithelial polyp
regulates blood clotting, inflammation and bone formation in humans, symbiotic interactions in plants and stress responses in bacteria.
is a benign change of the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinus.
It shows that nasal polyp
is covered with respiratory epithelium placed on the thickened basement membrane.
The gastrointestinal polyps
in PJS are hamartomatous polyps
and the characteristic histologic finding is a smooth muscle core arising from muscularis mucosae which branches into the substance of polyp