A polyp is a typically begnin growth (hyperplastic) that can develop in various locations throughout the body. Some individuals are more prone to polyp growth than others depending on family history as well as specific gene expression. Hyperplastic polyps mostly don't develop into cancer. Precancerous polyps, on the other hand, are not malignant in nature but there is a chance they can become cancerous if they are not treated (removed). Adenomatous and hamartomatus polyps are examples of precancerous polyps that may develop into cancer overtime. A malignant polyp is one that contains invasive carcinoma that may localize in more layers. Precancerous polyps are highly associated with various cancers such as colorectal cancer and colon cancer.
Precancerous Polyp Bioinformatics Tool
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