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What is tubular adenoma?

By Anonymous January 31, 2019 - 10:28pm
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Hello Anon

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Tubular adenomas are polyps found in the colon. They are non-cancerous. They do need to be removed however, as polyps can become cancerous later on (often several years ago). If you have had a colonoscopy and these were found, they would have been removed. Nothing else will be need to be done.


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