I am 49 years old this year. I underwent colonoscopy on November 2, 2007. It was found that there was a 0.6*0.6cm pedunculated polyp, which was not removed at that time. I went to re-examination and found that the polyp has become 0.8*1.0cm on the surface of the pedicled polyp. Erosion (disease examination) has no other abnormalities. 1. Is the surface erosion of the pedicled polyp cancerous, or is it likely to be cancerous? 2. Is it necessary to perform surgical resection? 3. I have internal hemorrhoids again, can I surgically remove it with polyps? 4. What is the general cost of polypectomy in Guangzhou Panyu Town-level Hospital? 5. Whether there are polyps regenerated after surgical resection
Chang Yuying, Department of Gastroenterology, Fourth People's Hospital of Sichuan Province:
Friends from Guangzhou, Guangdong: Hello!
1. Whether the polyp is cancerous, wait patiently for the results of the medical examination to know.
2. Even if cancerous, polyps can be treated endoscopically or surgically.
3. It is not recommended to treat hemorrhoids and polyps together.
4. I don't know the cost, it should not be very expensive.
5. Polyps may recur. If they recur, they can be removed again.
6. Endoscopic treatment is the first choice. The advantages of endoscopic treatment are small trauma, good effect, fast recovery, and repeatability.