Colorectal polyps and clinical manifestations of what type of

By | January 3, 2012

Colorectal polyps and clinical manifestations of a class, which of several types of colorectal polyps
(1), adenomatous polyps: the high probability of cancer.
(2) papillary adenoma: carcinoma was 20% – 30%.
(3) Peutz-Jeghers disease: cancer probability is very low.
(4) Children polyps: not cancerous.
(5) hyperplastic polyps: not cancerous.
(6) inflammatory polyps: generally not cancerous.
Colorectal polyps and clinical manifestations of the second category, the clinical manifestations of colorectal polyps what?
The main symptoms of interest in the large intestine to blood in the stool, prolapse, intestinal irritation.
(1) blood in the stool: painless blood in the stool is the main clinical manifestation of colorectal polyps. Interest in the blood in the stool generally small amount of bleeding, if the feces off when squeezed leaving polyps, or polyps less bulky location, relatively large volumes of blood in the stool can occur, characterized by blood in the stool with blood, without the risk of bleeding.
(2) prolapse: the number of polyps larger or more time. The relationship between gravity pulling the intestinal mucosa, polyps gradually downward prolapse and muscle separation. Defecation and bowel movements stimulate the stretch. Mucosa can relax around the Tiki. May be complicated by rectal prolapse.
(3) intestinal irritation: When the intestines can occur when the intestinal polyps stretch stimulation symptoms, such as lower back discomfort, back pain, diarrhea, pus and blood stools, tenesmus and so on.

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