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The treatment options for stomach polyps depends on the types and sizes of the polyps, according to Mayo Clinic. If the polyps are small, the doctor is likely to monitor them without treatment, and an endoscopy can remov... More »

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Some stomach, or gastric, polyps are cancerous while others are not, according to Mayo Clinic. The majority of them do not become malignant. However, adenomas, the rarest kind, are most likely to become cancerous. These ... More »

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Procedures used to detect benign stomach tumors and polyps include imaging tests, endoscopies and biopsies, according to Mayo Clinic. Imaging tests, such as computerized tomography scans and barium swallows, are non-inva... More »

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Letting the stomach and intestines settle, preventing dehydration, easing back into a normal diet and getting plenty of rest are the mainstays of home treatment for food poisoning, according to Mayo Clinic. Avoiding dair... More »

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