Polyp removal surgery is usually an outpatient surgery, according to WakeMed.The patient may be able to leave the hospital the day the surgery is done. More »

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The typical recovery time after nasal polyp removal surgery varies from patient to patient, but the standard recovery period is about two weeks, states New York City Sinus Surgery. Recovery does not generally involve a l... More »

The length of recovery following nasal polyp removal is about two weeks, explains the New York City Sinus Surgery. The duration, however, can vary from one patient to another, depending on the size of the nasal polyps. More »

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Many colorectal polyps are removed during a colonoscopy using biopsy forceps or wire to latch on to the polyp for removal, states Mayo Clinic. In some cases, such as when a polyp is larger than 0.75 inch, a liquid is inj... More »

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The length of recovery following nasal polyp removal is about two weeks, explains the New York City Sinus Surgery. The duration, however, can vary from one patient to another, depending on the size of the nasal polyps. More »

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A sessile polyp is a type of colon polyp that grows flatly inside the colon wall, and it does not have a stalk, according to WebMD. Sessile polyps can be cancerous and must be removed when detected during sigmoidoscopy o... More »

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During kidney removal surgery, the surgeon makes an incision in the patient's side, explains Healthline. He then severs the blood vessels that serve the kidneys as well as the connections to the bladder. The surgeon may ... More »

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