Removal of a Tubular Adenoma?

Answer Adenomas, or polyps, are a fairly common occurrence in older adults. A tubular adenoma rarely turns cancerous; however, as almost all colon cancers begin with polyps, they must never be ignored.

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Perianal Adenoma Tumors in Dogs?

A perianal adeoma tumor may occur in dogs and although it is rare, may require treatment due to its aggressive nature. Early diagnosis and treatment are the key to successful treatment of a periana... Read More »

Canine Adrenal Adenoma Drug Treatment?

Your dog has lived with the symptoms of Cushing's disease (hyperadrenocorticism)--excessive thirst or appetite, incontinence, weight gain, hair loss--that seemed like normal aging in a senior dog o... Read More »

How to Glue Tubular Tires?

Tubular tires have low a resistance, are durable and can run on a high range of pounds per square inch (psi). Unfortunately, tubular tires can be frustrating and challenging to install. However, it... Read More »

How common is tubular pregnancy?

In an ectopic or tubular pregnancy, the embryo is implanted in the fallopian tube as opposed to the uterus. This situation is very dangerous for both the mother and child, and ends in a miscarriage... Read More »