Are bladder polyps cancerous?

Answer On One Hand: Bladder Polyps Can Be acknowledges that bladder polyps are a form of bladder cancer. These cancerous polyps develop along the lining of the bladder and grow... Read More »

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What Percentage of Stomach Polyps Are Cancerous?

Stomach polyps is a general term used to describe a number of noncancerous growths that can develop on the inner lining of the stomach. Different types of stomach polyps turn cancerous at different... Read More »

I have a neurogenic bladder is there a cure for this type of bladder condition?

An IVP is an x-ray study of your kidneys, ureters and bladder. The following sites describe the procedure quite accurately:… Read More »

How to Get Rid of Nasal Polyps?

Nasal polyps are soft, teardrop-shaped noncancerous growths that develop in groups on your nasal passage lining or in your sinuses. They form when the tissue is chronically inflamed, particularly i... Read More »

How many polyps are considered a lot in a colonoscopy?

A colonoscopy can discover colon polyps (tissue masses) on the bowel wall. There is no safe number of polyps because even just one has the potential to become malignant and cause colon cancer. All ... Read More »