Most common neoplastic polyps are adenomas or adenomatous
polyps, which arise due to dysplastic proliferation and have a potency to progress to cancer.
Figure 1 shows pseudopapillae formation in adenomatous
This changed with the publication of a 1996 article by Torlakovic and Snover (16) in which they examined 6 patients with numerous serrated polyps who also had colonic adenocarcinoma or numerous adenomatous
Lunn, "Cronkhite-Canada syndrome: an unusual finding of gastro-intestinal adenomatous
polyps in a syndrome characterized by hamartomatous polyps," Gastroenterology Report, vol.
The commonest non neoplastic lesion in this study was adenomatous
goiter which is nearly same to the other studies conducted by Mirzakarimov et al13 and Rehman et al17 71.
DISCUSSION: The 60 year old male presented with an isolated pedunculated polyp in the rectum where foci of in situ carcinomatous changes were noticed both in adenomatous
/ villo adenomatous
He presented with rectal bleeding at 14 years of age and a pedunculated adenomatous
polyp was identified on colonoscopy and removed.
Occurrence of desmoid tumours in familial adenomatous
polyposis and results of treatment.
Diagnostic value of fundus examination in familial adenomatous
Combination treatment with curcumin and quercetin of adenomas in familial adenomatous
What to do: It's too early to know if EPA would lower the risk of colon polyps in people who don't have familial adenomatous
Key Findings: During the trial, 31% of those in the control group, but only 15% of those given GTE developed adenomatous
polyps (P< 0.