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Re: a multi-lobulated/polypoid/2-3 cm/intermed-sessile right colon lesion, non-lifting/mucosal tissue looks normal/no ulceration/bleeding. Doc said would call if malignant 24-72 hrs. 6 days & no word.
Need biopsy to know.: The sigmoid is a region of the colon (large intestine). Polyps are small growths in the lumen (inside lining) of the bowel. Most are benign. Some can be "pre-cancerous", and rarely, polyps can be malignant. The way to classify polyps is to biopsy or remove them and study them under a microscope in a lab. Deciding which polyps to biopsy is a clinical decision. If concerned, ask your doctor. ...Read more
Doctor performed endoscopy and found inflamatory antral polypoid lesions 2-3mm at basis. He suggested biopsy. What coud it be?
WAIT FOR REPORT: You have had the biopsy and it will give you the answer soon and that will stop the guessing game.Why don't you wait few days and follow up for the results with your doctors we do not know the site of the lesions and do not want to guess.These may be benign.Were these lesions in stomach or elsewhere as you have h pylori and gastritis and lesions are associated with it. ...Read more
Not much!: Unless you have some symptoms due to this sinus change(nasal discharge or sinus problems(Why did you get the sinus checked...tell the complete story), it can be ignored. If you are still concerned it can be rechecked in 3-6 months again but only if you have some symptoms pointing to your Nasal/paranasal sinuses ...Read more
Can a polypoid of 1.3x0.9x1.4 cm protruding in the bladder be non malignant and can be easily removed?does patient recover quickly after cystoscopy.
Pns radiology revealed suspecious polypoid in the right maxillary area , 2. Left frontal mucouse disease. Is this serious sinusitis..?
Potentially: You need further evaluation. The radiologic features do not tell you the cause or the severity of the symptoms that may occur. See an ENT doctor and discuss this at length. ...Read more
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