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Tortuosity Found In Colonoscopy
Difficult scope: Usually means that your colon had enough bends and turns in it (just the way your colon is), that your endoscopist commented on it in his/her report as having a very tortuous colon. ...Read more
In my colonoscopy report it states found 2polyps in transverse colon & tortuosity of the colon. Should I worry?
Results: They should have removed the polys during the colonoscopy----they will then be sent to pathology for analysis. Your physician should be contacting you for follow up appointment to go over the pathology reports. It while determine if there is a problem with the polys ...Read more
Colon: Mucosal eosinophils can be due many reasons like due to GERD, H pylori, food allergies, parasites in the gut and inflammatory bowl disease. Sometimes etiology may not be identified. To give you better information more history including GI symptoms will be helpful. Furthermore your gastroenterologist is best situated to discuss your biopsy report ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Contact doctor: You will need to contact the doctor and find out what the recommendation is for your case since whether you need another one in less than 5 years will depend on the risk (family history, size and number of polyps etc). ...Read more
Had colonoscopy 9 years ago, was 23 then found 1 very small adenoma, repeat scopes at 1 and 4yrs clean, now back at 5yrs should I be nervous?
Do not be nervous: Colon cancer is a slow growing cancer. As long as you get colonoscopies when recommended they should be able to remove the adenomatous polyps that may turn into colon cancer. It is usually thought that it takes anadenomatous polyp 10 years to turn into cancer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If when taking a colonoscopy and they see polyps do they remove them and when they remove them and something is found what medicine do they use?
Yes: Polyps are removed with instruments passed through a channel in the scope. Instruments are used to cut the polyp and extract it. Very rarely (if polyp large and/or flat) there is a need to inject the polyp prior to removing it, and the most common injected medicine would be epinephrine and normal saline. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a colonoscopy 8 weeks ago they found a 15 mm pendulated polyp it was removed and tested it came back showing changes is benign is this ok?
Benign: Should be no problem but continue to follow up with your provider since you are under 50. ...Read more
I have what I believe is rope worm, I've had this problem for almost 3 years and I've done ova test and colonoscopy nothing was found. I'm desperate?
Not a thing: Rope worms do not exist. Relax, if you had normal tests then you don't have any real parasites either. ...Read more
Speak with your doc:
There are other diagnostic tests that can be used - but it depends on what your symptoms and history is.
Consider speaking with your doctor about what options you have. ...Read more
Colon target lesions: Sorry for confusion, but gastroenterologists commonly use the term "aphthous ulcers" to describe small ulcerations in the colon & small intestine. When terminology is applied precisely, the ulcers are associated with inflammatory bowel disease. Descriptively, but less precise, ulcers of similar appearance are seen in the lower GI tract with use of aspirin, with lymphoid hyperplasia, herpes, others. ...Read more
Hi, Thank you for your question.
That is a high number but usually polypsosis syndromes have 100's of polyps.
If everything is okay you may just need an earlier follow up.
Hope that helps. Contact me if you have any other questions :-)
Dr. M ...Read more
Target lesions?: I am assuming that you are referring to a pale central area surrounded by a red ring. This is generally bowel prep artifact, however if there was any concern on the physician's part, a biopsy would have been taken. ...Read more
If cancer is found on polphs after your colonoscopy will it return when my next colonoscopy is done?
Colonoscopy: Your doctor will remove the cancerous polyps and suggest frequent monitoring to look for any recurrence. ...Read more
Today I had bloody maroon colored diarrhea. Recently had a colonoscopy that found nothing. Should I be concerned?
I had a lower colonoscopy and the doctors found nothing abnormal. I still have a fair amount of blood after going the toilet. Should I go back?
Colorectal Surgeon: The bleeding you describe (despite a normal colonoscopy, which does not view the anal canal well) is most likely the result of either internal hemorrhoids or an anal fissure, both of which are often easily treated. I would strongly advise you to see a colorectal surgeon who can diagnose the problem and most likely treat it with either medication or a simple office procedure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Colonoscopy found 2 polyps. One removed completely. Other one portion removed. Both came back benign. Can the other portion not removed be miligant?
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