Outgrowths appear, as a rule, on the mucous membranes of the uterus or in various parts of the gastrointestinal tract.
Such polyps can form in any part of the mucous membrane of any organ.
This type of polyps is the most dangerous, since it is she who tends to degenerate into cancer.
After surgery to remove polyps of a mixed nature, the disease recurs in 25% of cases.
Diffuse adenomas are a type of disease that is hereditary. It is also known as familial adenomatous polyposis.
A characteristic feature of this type of accutane are large areas of lesions of the mucous membranes. This is a precancerous type of polyp. This form of the disease in 80% of cases ends with oncology.
A feature of this form of the disease is the composition of neoplasm cells that is atypical for adenomatous polyps. There are no structural changes in the glandular epithelium in juvenile outgrowths.
Adenomyomatous polyposis in most cases does not have severe symptoms at the initial stages of development. The presence of outgrowths is detected during endoscopic diagnosis, the reason for which was the accompanying diagnoses. The first symptoms of the problem appear 5 years after the formation of the growth. During this time, it grows up to 20-30 mm in diameter. Symptoms of adenomatous polyp in the intestine.
With the defeat of adenomatous bowel disease, the patient has the following symptoms: feces become like tar; the anus is bleeding, the blood is bright scarlet; mucus is present in the feces; anal itching; the daily number of urges to empty the intestines increases, and the process of defecation itself becomes painful; constipation; diarrhea; intestinal obstruction in giant polyps. Symptoms of adnomatous outgrowth in the stomach.