Category - anal
Transanal removal of oval flat polyps near the anus occurs in a slightly different way an oval incision is made around the neoplasm, the anal polyp is cut out, the defective mucosa is sewn. When diagnosing a polyposis, the patient is put in a hospital and an operation is performed, making special incisions under general anesthesia. Bowel polyps are small growths on the inner lining of the large intestine (colon) or rectum. Bowel polyps are very common, affecting around 1 in 4 people aged 50 or over. Some people develop just 1 polyp, while others may have a few. Diagnosis of the endometrial polyp is today one of the most serious problems of gynecology. At first glance, it seems that it is quite easy to diagnose a polyp - with gynecological examination any gynecologist can identify it in appearance. Vaginal polyps are most commonly discovered during a womans routine health exam. On occasion, a health professional may use an ultrasound machine to take images of the polyps, but in most cases they can either been seen or felt during the exam. This can help to catch a developing polyp before any symptoms begin. Learn about causes, polyp size, signs, and how to prevent colon cancer. Stool or rectal bleeding (hematochezia) refers to the passage of bright red blood from the anus. Common causes include anal fissures, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, colitis, crohns disease, colon.