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Precancerous cells, or premalignant cells, refer to abnormal cells that can transform into cancerous cells; however, they are not invasive, meaning they don’t spread to other body parts, explains About.com. In most cases... More »

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Polyps are extra pieces of tissue growing from the lining of the colon, says the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse. Polyps can stick out into the colon and look somewhat similar to mushrooms, or they ... More »

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Precancerous polyps are treated by removing tissue samples, determining the type of polyp in the laboratory, and periodic monitoring, according to WebMD. Polyps are benign tissue growths that appear on the wall of the co... More »

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Precancerous cells, also called premalignant cells, are abnormal cells that have the potential to become cancerous, according to About.com. A precancerous cell is not destined to progress to cancer and can even return to... More »

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A high corpuscular hemoglobin count indicates the body's red blood cells are larger than usual, typically as a result of anemia caused by myelodysplasia, liver disease, vitamin B12 deficiency, hypothyroidism or folate de... More »

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