Colon polyps tubular adenoma

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107693 tn?1252864443 there were 5 polyps removed ....three of them were hyperplastic, one was tubular adenoma, and the other was villous adenoma....the adenoma ones were pre-cancer...lookly there were benign.... On agu. 5th i had endometrial polyps removed...results are benign too... doctor said something about the colon polyps results...she said hyperplastic...i dont know what she was getting at...I will be seeing her in two weeks and hopefully she can clarify what she meant.. How concerned should i be!
Avatar f tn 5 mm tubular adenoma negative for high-grade dysplasia or malignancy (it also mentions semi-sessile in the report). I cannot see the doctor for follow-up discussions for another month, so I am really anxious about what this might mean. The nurse did tell me that he wants to see me back in 5 years instead of 10, so it sounds like they aren't too concerned with the results. I was actually shocked by this finding, as I understand it is not cancerous, but is pre-cancerous.
969042 tn?1259067775 Hello, in January of this year during a routine colonoscopy a benign 3mm tubular adenoma polyp was removed. What I need to know is it genetic? Are my adult children at risk of developing the same; or cancer? Do they need to have this procedure done at an earlier age than average? Could an unattended tubular adenoma polyp lead to cancer? Thank you This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/1037689'>Information please</a>.
Avatar f tn after colonoscopies with findings such as what were included on my recent report (see below) with an adeonoma polyp. I am a 45-year old pre-menopausal female with no known colon cancer in the family, but had a colonoscopy because of anemia of unknown causes. Here is what was found on my colonoscopy: 5 mm tubular adenoma negative for high-grade dysplasia or malignancy (it also mentions semi-sessile in the report).
Avatar f tn I have just had a tubular adenoma polyp removed 6 mm x 6 mm from my proximal transverse colon Histology came back low dysplaysia and was told to get checked in two years , but this polyp was not found 14 months ago and I am worried in case I get another before the two year review , Do you think I should have a yearly review as I suffer from anxiety and this is worrying me , Doctor is not concerned.
Avatar f tn Mammo, or anyone else out there, have you heard that sessile serrated adenoma are more dangerous than plain adenoma polyps?? I searched the literature but did not come up with anything. Thanks so much and I hope all is well with you.
280234 tn?1532986249 I was wondering if any other young adults have been diagnosed with colon polyps? I'm a 34/f who was recently diagnosed with a 1.1 cm "Tubulovillous adenoma" during a colonoscopy (was seeing blood/mucous in stool for about 6 months). The lab report came back that it was benign, and my GI doctor said follow up with him in 3 years. From what my GI doctor told me, and what I've read about these, they are considered precancerous. Following up in 3 years makes me nervous.
Avatar f tn Thank you for letting me know about the saline technique to raise the polyp. Do you know if serrated polyps are more dangerous than non-serrated adenomas? And, may I ask why you went to a cancer center since you don't have cancer? Are we about the same age? I don't know anyone who has had these polyps except you and I. Take care.
1703392 tn?1307450500 Were your husband's polyps hyperplastic or adenomas? (Google them if you're not sure.) My polyp was an adenoma with high grade dysplasia so that freaked me out. I hope that this can be controlled with colonoscopies. It is very disturbing news to hear at 43 yrs old. Thanks for the message.
Avatar m tn Nov 2020 found 5 polyps. One was high grade adenoma (pre-cancerous). In UK we get free treatment on NHS but your GI physician can be anybody. So paid for private consultation with leading colorectal Consultant. His plan was CT scan and another colonoscopy to get baseline analysis followed by 2 yr colonoscopies. CT scan - waiting report. Next steps: Another colonoscopy scheduled for March 2021. I'm requesting CEA test to get baseline reading. I'll ask for this to be done annually.
Avatar n tn Im 25 years old and also having a hard time finding info on colon polyps in young people. I have no family history of polyps or other digestive problems mentioned on this board. Recently, i had a colonoscopy and ultrasound performed for abdominal cramping/hot flash/feverish feeling/ and consistently abnormal bowels over a 6 month timespan. The ultrasound revealed I have a 1cm polyp in my gallbladder (so i will get it removed soon) and, much to my Dr.
Avatar f tn My doctor said that he did not know until the pathologist report that it was an adenoma and a tubular kind. It just seems like it would be harder to get rid of (sessile kind) and easier to spread because it lies flat on the colon. Should I be concerned about that. I can only assume that he got it all. He said come back in 3 years. He didn't say anything about checking on it or anything. P.s. I am working on my dad and praying for everyone. So glad that you are 5 years cancer free. Awesome!
Avatar f tn t know if it matters, but the polyp they found two years ago was a semi-sessile 5 mm tubular adenoma, negative for high-grade dysplasia or malignancy - all per the report.
Avatar f tn adenomatous (adenomas) and hyperplastic. Adenomatous polyps (adenomas) of the colon and rectum are benign (noncancerous) growths, but may be precursor lesions to colorectal cancer. The chance of having polyps is also increased in patients with a family history of colorectal polyps or colorectal cancer, including inherited disorders such as Gardner’s syndrome and familial adenomatous polyposis.
Avatar n tn I recently had a colonoscopy, which revealed tubulovillous adenoma, 1 CM, with focal high grade cell dysplasia. The doctor removed the polyp, with a diagnosis appearing to be free of dysplasia. Frankly, I am from the Boston area and now reside in Florida. I have a LOT more confidence in a Boston doctor's opinion. I am 54 years old, smoke and drink occasionally. The doctor suggests I have another colonoscopy in 6 months.
Avatar f tn It can be a tricky business removing polyps in the ascending colon. There is no reason to panic. Colon cancer is very slow growing. In my opinion another colonoscopy in three months won't reveal much. Perhaps biopsies can be taken, but that still leaves unanswered questions. The one sure solution is surgery, and I wouldn't settle for anything less than the most experienced specialist in your area.
Avatar n tn hoping for some insight. I have one 4 mm tubular adenoma. The path report was short.. it did not give anything but size and that it was tubular. I don't see the dr for 2 weeks and i'm hoping someone might be able to offer some more information for me. It is my understanding that this is small. The report said nothing about dysplasia - nothing. Thanks so much for any info you might be able to offer!
Avatar m tn I did receive the pathology results - tubular adenoma. Waiting for referral to surgeon to remove what the Dr. couldn’t get during the colonoscopy.
Avatar n tn I was told that I need to do a colonoscopy every year for the rest of my life to ensure that no other polyps or colon cancer develops. Is there any dietary recommendations that could decrease my chance of getting another polyp in my colon or anything else that I should think of. I eat very health food, exercise between 3-5 times a week and drink very little alcohol. I believe that this occurs mostly for people over 50 years old, what could be the reasons why I got a polyp in my colon?
Avatar f tn It has been very scary to think of what the results would have been if I would have waited until I was 40. My family has a long history of colon polyps and cancer along with FAP. The reason why they gave me the colonoscopy was because I am anemic. My doctor thinks that removing the polyp will take care of that. My GI doctor wants me to have another colonoscopy in three yrs. Again I want to thank you for your response.
Avatar m tn I'm 29 and recently had 3 tubulovillous precancerous polyps removed. I don't meet with the Doc until next week but was curious to see what the general treatment for the future is. They said they removed all the pollyps before cancer was formed. Generally would repeat colonoscopies to monitor future growth be the treatment or do they like to do surgery for this?
Avatar f tn Hi, you cannot male decisions on pathology report alone. First of all, whenever you get a path report indicating cancer, ALWAYS ask your doctor to send the glass slides to a major cancer center with good pathology department for a second opinion. It looks like your tumor is in situ and slow growing one (well differentiated and no lymphovascular invasion are a good thing, but again, these findings need to be confirmed by a second opinion).
Avatar n tn The surgeons report said ihe removed a 4mm sessile polyp - the PATHOLOGIST said it was a 4mm TUBULAR adenoma. No mention of low or high grade dysplasia.
Avatar f tn My youngest son was diagnosed at 12 had his colon removed and is 39 now. He has several polyps in his duodenum which they have been watching for years. They normally don't become malignant in this area but can. My grandson was diagnosed at 10, and we lost him last year at the age of 18, also to a Desmoid. You are fortunate in that you have the attenuated form of FAP, where once polyps start developing there are few and can be removed via colonoscopy in the beginning.
Avatar n tn 3 U/ml, CEA 0.7ng/ml, AFP5.47 ng/ml. Had an adenoma poly 0.5cm removed from transverse colon in 2008, (noncancerous), repeated colon scope in 2009, no recurrence (doc advised repeat scope in 3 years). Maternal grandmother had colorectal cancer. Had 1 mamogram in 2007, 2008 and in dec 2009 felt a small lump tissue in right breast, doc did ultrasound says thick tissue, normal. No need mammogram as I already had 2. Now still feel lump is there sometimes period bigger then after smaller.
922679 tn?1249089446 The polyps removed thee years ago were "polypoid colonic mucosa having tubular and adenomatous configuration of glands. There is increased stromal lymphocyte and plasma cell infiltration. No malignancy is identified." They were both sessile, located in the transverse colon, and from the pictures I have, I can't really judge the size. And here's where you're going to laugh at me or just roll your eyes and groan...
Avatar n tn It was a Adenoma...It ruptured in Dec 09..I was in ICU for 3 weeks..when this first happened They did three Embolizations..Then finally in May of this year they had to remove it..I just wasnt sure if all this was normal..Funny they have no idea what might have caused this tumor..they were thinking birth control..But I wasnt on it for years..but they still told me to stay away from any OCP..
Avatar n tn I am so hoping someone might have some insight - I see the dr next week. Here's my question.... the path report was short - Final diagnosis = 4mm tubular Adenoma. That's it besides the gross description. There was NO MENTION of the word dysplasia. NONE! It is my understanding that all adenomas have low dysplasia or high, but I read in a few articles that if there is NO MENTION, then it is understood that it is low grade dysplasia, if it was high grade, it would be recorded as such.