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My first exam in '13 showed tubular adenomas with mild dysplasia; this year's exam shows 2 with "mild to moderate" dysplasia. Should I repeat yearly?

My first exam in '13 showed tubular adenomas with mild dysplasia; this year's exam shows 2 with "mild to moderate" dysplasia. Should I repeat yearly?

Colonoscopy: If you had polyps with moderate dysplasia, it is better to have it checked out the following year and probably until you get a negative colonoscopy. If the polyps are removed completely, colon cancer could be prevented. ...Read more

Dr. Linda Callaghan
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My pathology reports sated I have a. 4 CM rectal polyp, tubular adenoma, with no high-grade dysplasia or malignancy. When should a follow up be done?

My pathology reports sated I have a. 4 CM rectal polyp, tubular adenoma, with no high-grade dysplasia or malignancy. When should a follow up be done?

How was your prep?: "guidelines" are one thing but other considerations come into play when planning your next colonoscopy: 1) what was the method of polyp removal (could the technique used have left polyp material behind?); 2) what was the quality of your prep (if poor, your doc will want you back sooner to complete the exam so other polyps aren't missed); 3) risk of a polyposis syndrome brings you back sooner too. ...Read more

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Had a tubularvillous adenoma removed in may. Showed high grade dysplasia, also 27 lymph nodes negative. Would I have to follow up with oncologist?

Had a tubularvillous adenoma removed in may. Showed high grade dysplasia, also 27 lymph nodes negative. Would I have to follow up with oncologist?

No, U don;t have to.: I am puzzled however the fact that you have 27 lymph nodes removed for non cancerous condition. The most important think is really to read the pathology result and really check if there is any evidence of invasive adenocarcinoma/ cancer. Need to follow up with your gastroenterologist and surgeon- update your cancer screening test including a repeat colonoscopy as recommended etc. D/w your doctor. ...Read more

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39y/o, had 2 polpys removed (sigmond & descending, villous adenoma w/high grade dysplasia). Will I get colon cancer even though 2 polyps were removed?

39y/o, had 2 polpys removed (sigmond & descending, villous adenoma w/high grade dysplasia). Will I get colon cancer even though 2 polyps were removed?

Not sure if: Family history or leeding led to your colonoscopy, but it showed its value. You are not predestined to get invasive cancer, but the findings warrant follow up to snip dangerous polyps before they invade, and gain access to nodes and blood steam. Your colonoscopist can tell you schedule for surveillance. ...Read more

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I think my tubular adenoma tumor is back and I want to know what the symptoms would be.

I think my tubular adenoma tumor is back and I want to know what the symptoms would be.

Bleeding: Really, the only sign you would have would be some blood in the stool, but if it were a massively large adenoma, then you could have symptoms typical of bowel obstruction, such as bloating, cramping, and emesis. I doubt this would occur. Good luck. ...Read more

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At age 33, had 3polyps (1 was tubular adenoma) removed during colonoscopy. At age 38, had another 2 benign polpys removed. How common is this in 30s?

At age 33, had 3polyps (1 was tubular adenoma) removed during colonoscopy. At age 38, had another 2 benign polpys removed. How common is this in 30s?

See below: Whether it is common or not, you need to have colonoscopy at regular intervals, not exceeding five year between colonoscopies. You may consult this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/colon-polyps/basics/definition/con-20031957 ...Read more

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Is it possible to develop another tubular villi adenoma after a removal only 2.5 yrs ago? I am 34 / female Thank you

Is it possible to develop another tubular villi adenoma after a removal only 2.5 yrs ago? I am 34 / female Thank you

It is possible: One reason to repeat a colonoscopy 1-2 years after removal of an adenoma is to be sure it didn't grow back, and that nothing else was missed. If a repeat colonoscopy is negative, then perhaps you can wait longer. Speak to your gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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Dad had tubular adenoma polyp removed at age 40. Heridatry? Symptoms of this?

Premalignant: Tubular adenomas can give rise to cancer if left in place, and having had one is a marker that he may get more. This does tend to run in the family. You'd do well to get occasional colonoscopies as health maintenance for yoruself. He should also continue to be checked. ...Read more

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Colonoscopy 1 yr ago found 5 polyps; two Tubular adenoma under 2cm, two 2-5cm, one Tubulovillous 10-20CM. Successfully removed. When should I go back?

Five years: Recommendations are that if you have adenomas five to ten years. Normal ten years. Two small adenomas should not change this UNLESS you have risk factors such as a positive family history.
In your case I think it reasonable and consistent with the guideliines to repeat in five years. ...Read more

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Is a tubular adenoma colon polyp associated with lynch syndrome?

Not really: Lynch syndrome is an inherited disease that will cause polyps that will led to camper
Tubular adenoidal is a condition cam happen with or without lynch syndrome ...Read more

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Is 2 yr f/u after 1.5cm peicemeal removal of SA in ascending colon on target? &2 tubular adenomas from sigmoid removed, all 3 LGD. Precancer or benign?

Sounds right.: Tubular adenomas do occasionally progress to become cancers. Depends upon size and appearance under the microscope. If there is low grade dysplasia then there is no rush to re-scope. However they do need to be watched (just like you would watch a funny mole on your skin.) Listen to your doc about the appropriate interval for repeating the colonoscope. ...Read more

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Is having two tubular adenomas removed from your colon and then having one hyper-plastic and another adenoma removed 3yr later increase cancer chance?

Is having two tubular adenomas removed from your colon and then having one hyper-plastic and another adenoma removed 3yr later increase cancer chance?

Adenoma: The vast majority of colon cancers arise from adenomas. Will screen small adenomas are removed before they become malignant. Simply having any adenomas increases your lifetime risk of developing colon cancer. ...Read more

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I had two tubular adnomas removed in '09 at 33, one hyperplastic and one tubular adenoma removed in '12. Am I likely to get colon cancer. No fam hstry?

Tubular adenomas: The fact that you have tubular adenomas at such an early age probably does slightly raise your lifetime risk of colon carcinoma. However, now that you know you can have careful followup and screening to make sure all adenomas are removed before they can develop into colon cancer. ...Read more

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I have a tubular adenoma in my left breast can it turn into cancer and should I have it removed right away?

I have a tubular adenoma in my left breast can it turn into cancer and should I have it removed right away?

Rare but benign: These are quite uncommon. I don't believe they have any malignant potential beyond normal breast, but if the mass bothers you, feel free to have it excised. Since it's uncommon, see if your biopsy has been or can be looked at by two pathologists. ...Read more

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Dr. Murthy Andavolu
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