Colonoscope (endoscope) view of a colon polyp

Colonoscope (endoscope) view of a colon polyp

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Caption: Colon polyp. Colonoscope (endoscope) view of a polyp (pink, lower right) within the human colon. The colon is the main part of the large intestine; it absorbs water from digested food and moves faeces to the rectum. It is a site of formation of polyps: usually benign growths (adenomas) that protrude from the mucous membrane. Most polyps are connected to the lining of the colon by a short stalk. Colon polyps can become cancerous. Polyps may be surgically removed, through a colonoscope, as a precaution against their turning malignant.

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Keywords: adenoma, colon, colon polyp, colonic, colonic polyp, colonoscopy, condition, disease, disorder, endoscopy, healthcare, medical, medicine, polyp

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