Polyp in the rectum

Polyp in the rectum

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Caption: Polyp in the rectum, endoscope view. This growth is an adenoma, a tumour arising from the epithelial tissue lining an organ. Unlike more common polyps, which are attached on a stalk, this type (tubulovillous) forms in a tube shape. If the polyp causes discomfort, or it is suspected that it may turn cancerous, it is removed surgically. In this case, a biopsy was taken (causing the bleeding seen here), showing high-grade dysplasia (HGD), the medical term for cell abnormality, which could indicate that the polyp was becoming cancerous.

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