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www.invitra.com/en/malignant-uterine-polyps

Uterine or endometrial polyps are outgrowths from the lining of the womb or tumors that form when the endometrium grows abnormally. Broadly speaking, most uterine polyps are benign, but unfortunately it is estimated that about 5% turn into cancer.. The size and symptoms of polyps vary from woman to woman.

gi.org/topics/colon-polyps

The precancerous polyp which can turn into a cancer is called an adenoma. The two most common types of colorectal polyps are hyperplastic polyps and adenomas. Usually, the larger the size of the adenoma, the greater the chance that there may be cancer or pre-cancerous cells present in the polyp. Since it is hard to determine the exact nature of ...

cancerbro.com/precancerous-colon-polyps

No, all colon polyps are not precancerous. Polyps are classified as neoplastic (adenomatous) or malignant, and non neoplastic (hyperplastic, mucosal, inflammatory, hamartomatous). Adenomatous Polyps. Adenomatous polyps are found in 33% of people by age 50 and 50% by age 70. Most lesions are <1cm, 60% being single and 40% multiple. Invasive ...

www.healthtap.com/.../36384-what-does-it-mean-for-a-polyp-to-be-pre-cancerous

Confusing: Most colon cancers are adenocarcinomas. Thus if your polyp has adenomatous compeonents found microscopically by the pathologist, then it would be considered a precancerous polyp or if iot showed microscopic evidence of dysplasia it too would be considered precancerous.

www.cancer.ca/.../colorectal/colorectal-cancer/precancerous-conditions/?region=on

polyp. A small growth on a mucous membrane, such as the lining of the colon, bladder, uterus (womb), vocal cords or nasal passage. Most types of polyps are non-cancerous, but some have the potential to become cancer.

www.emedicinehealth.com/colon_polyps/symptom.htm

Colon polyps are usually benign (noncancerous), slow-growing tumors that arise from the epithelial cells in the colon (large intestine). Benign colon polyps do not invade nearby tissue or spread to other parts of the body (metastasize) and they are common in many people and increase in occurrence as people age. The cause of colon polyps is unknown but risk factors that may contribute to colon ...

www.cancer.ca/.../uterine/uterine-cancer/precancerous-conditions/?region=on

polyp. A small growth on a mucous membrane, such as the lining of the colon, bladder, uterus (womb), vocal cords or nasal passage. Most types of polyps are non-cancerous, but some have the potential to become cancer.

www.myhdiet.com/healthnews/uncategorized/pre-cancerous-colon-polyps-reversed

Wow! That is my story too! I was diagnosed with the MYH defective gene for colon cancer in 2008. They had found 26 precancerous polyps and one with cancer at my first colonoscopy. Their solution was removal of my colon to which I responded, “That’s barbaric!” I changed my diet removing all sugar and meat and eat mostly raw veggies.

my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/15424-vocal-cord-lesions-nodules-polyps...

Vocal cord lesions are benign (non-cancerous) growths that may include nodules, polyps and cysts. Vocal trauma or overuse is associated with these lesions. Appointments 216.444.8500

www.abingtonhealth.org/.../removing-large-colon-polyps-without-doing-a-colectomy

Although polyps are small clusters of cells that form inside the colon, they can present big health issues if left undisturbed over time. ... Although most colon polyps are benign—meaning they’re essentially harmless—some may become cancerous over time. As a result, you really don’t want them hanging around.