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ivermectin Vision: The juvenile form of polyps is also isolated. In this case, the patients are children. The first manifestations of the disease occur at an early age, the clinical picture unfolds by the age of 16-18.

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Polyps of the stomach and intestines.

Polyps of the stomach and intestines.

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Strictlyspeaking, juvenile polyps cannot be unambiguously classified as adenomatous because they lack glandular hyperplasia and changes in the glandular epithelium. These are rather large formations, sometimes hanging into the lumen of the organ on a long stalk, smooth, intensely colored (bright red, cherry-colored), located more often in the sigmoid or rectum, rarely malignant.

 

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Diagnostic activities include: a general blood test (leukocytosis, an increase in ESR, possible signs of anemia are detected - a decrease in the number of red blood cells, hemoglobin, a change in color index); biochemical blood test (for markers of inflammation); analysis of feces for occult blood; digital examination of the rectum; fibrogastroduodenoscopy; x-ray examination of the stomach with a contrast agent; colonoscopy; sigmoidoscopy; irrigoscopy with a contrast agent. Diagnosis of endometrial polyps consists of the following activities:

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Conservative methods of therapy for adenomatous polyps are ineffective. For patients diagnosed with the disease, radical surgical treatment is recommended. Polyps of the gastrointestinal tract.

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The most common methods of surgical treatment of gastrointestinal polyps are: endoscopic polypectomy with electrocoagulation of the leg or bed of the polyp; transanal excision of the neoplasm; colectomy or resection of the intestine with a polyp (in severe cases).

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pharmacotherapy with hormonal drugs; endoscopic removal of polyps; ovarian resection if necessary (hormone-dependent pathology); removal of the uterus with appendages (recommended for a massive process and in postmenopausal women).

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bleeding; perforation of the wall of a hollow organ during surgery; malignancy of the polyp; infertility (uterine polyp); relapse of the disease. Given the high likelihood of recurrence, patients who underwent removal of adenomatous polyps are recommended to be followed up for 2 years. Recurrent polyps occur in 30-50% of cases in the range from 1.5 to 6 months after treatment, while recurrent polyps often undergo malignant transformation.

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After removal of benign polyps, the first examination is performed after 1.5-2 months, then every 3-6 months (depending on the type of polyp) for 1 year after removal. Further inspection is carried out once a year.

After Stromectol pills of malignant polyps in the 1st year after the operation, a monthly examination is necessary, in the 2nd year of observation - every 3 months. Only after 2 years are regular checkups every 6 months possible.

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Suchprovocateurs become sources of all varieties of polyps, depending on the place of their occurrence. However, each localization has a list of inherent individual developmental factors.

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Among the most likely predisposing factors are: genetic predisposition - the presence of polyps in at least one of the closest relatives; neurohormonal pathologies; diseases of the endocrine system; chronic inflammation or injury of the mucous membrane of the internal organs.

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The exact reasons why an adenomatous polyp is formed remain unknown to date. It is well established that the formation is acquired in nature, and the risks of the appearance of a pathological focus increase with age.

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The therapy of neoplasms in the intestine is only surgical in nature, since there is a high probability of active tumor growth and subsequent transformation of the focus into cancer. The operation to remove the focus can be performed by open or endoscopic methods.

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The process of establishing the correct diagnosis is based on the result of a large number of instrumental examinations. Not the last place in the diagnosis is occupied by laboratory tests and a physical examination.

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A proliferating adenomatous polyp of the large intestine has been asymptomatic for a long time. The clinical picture will differ depending on the localization of the focus. Common to all forms - pain syndrome.

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The main danger of the tumor is that with prolonged absence of treatment, there is a high probability of malignancy of the lesion in the intestine. The causes of polyps are currently not known for certain, however, clinicians note that a chronic inflammatory process, aggravated heredity, and poor nutrition can become a trigger.

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Systematic preventive examinations. Seek immediate medical attention if warning signs appear. Adenomatous polyp (syn. adenoma, glandular polyp) is the most common benign formation with possible localization in any organ, but is most often found in the uterus, stomach and intestines.

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