By Robert Lev
Adenomatous Polyps of the Colon: Pathobiological and Clinical Features consolidates the sizeable physique of uncomplicated technology and scientific info linked to adenomatous polyps of the colon, a lot of it encouraged by way of the conclusion that almost all colorectal carcinomas appear to come up in such polyps. This e-book strives to guage those info, with specific emphasis on their implications for administration of polyp-bearing matters. issues comprehensively explored comprise anatomy and histology of the traditional colon; pathologic features of adenomatous polyps, differential prognosis, and grading schemes for measure of dysplasia and villosity; adenomatous polyposes; histologic and epidemiologic proof for the malignant strength of adenomatous polyps; and detection and administration, with precise realization to endoscopy, endoscopic polypectomy, the malignant polyp, and post-polypectomy surveillance schedules.
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F. Other Characteristics of Polyps 1. , 1963). Evidence for this includes the presence of mitoses noted histologically and of surface cells labeled by DNA precursors, such as tritiated thymidine, in radioautographs. A similar retention of replicative capacity is found in colorectal cancer cells. , 1985). The expansion of the proliferative compartment to include surface epithelium is also found in morphologically normal epithelium in patients with familial polyposis and, along with increased labeling index, in some normal mucosae adjacent to polyps from nonpolyposis patients (Deschner & Lipkin, 1975).
13. Contrast the size, shape, and orientation of the nuclei in the normal right crypt with those in the reactive left crypt. H&E; x 220, reproduced at 100% . 15. Surface of adenomatous polyp. Luminal areas show papillary tufts, disordered cell maturation with loss of nuclear polarity, and reduced mucus. These represent reactive changes in the mildly dysplastic epithelium shown in more classic form in subjacent areas, rather than a higher grade of dysplasia. H&E; x282 , reproduced at 55%. Microscopic Features 17 FIGURE 2.
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