A polypoid lesion is a tumor that may or may not have a stalk and is located within the colon of the intestines. A polypoid lesion may be either non-neoplastic, or benign, or it may be adenomatous, or cancerous. Polypoid... More »

A polypoid lesion in the cervical canal, also called a cervical polyp, is typically a benign lesion in most 35-year-old women. Polyps can cause bleeding between menstrual periods but are generally only cancerous in menop... More »

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According to WebMD, a colon blockage, or a bowel obstruction, can be caused by a tumor, scar tissue or narrowing of the intestines. Bowel obstructions can occur in the small or large intestine, but they are known as colo... More »

A polypoid lesion in the cervical canal, also called a cervical polyp, is typically a benign lesion in most 35-year-old women. Polyps can cause bleeding between menstrual periods but are generally only cancerous in menop... More »

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The colored water and celery stalk experiment (often called the Rainbow or Purple Celery Experiment) is a very simple experiment that demonstrates the movement of water through a plant. The experiment is safe enough to b... More »

Escherichia coli, or E. coli, is a rod-shaped, gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic bacteria occurring naturally in the intestines of humans and most other warm-blooded animals, explains the Centers for Disease Control... More »

A post-absorptive state is a metabolic period that occurs when the stomach and intestines are empty. During a post-absorptive state, the body's energy needs are fulfilled from energy previously stored in the body. This s... More »