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Lipid rich adenoma

Most of the Lipid rich adenoma are benign and are detected with CT scan technique. In the case of patients who have been affected with malignancy, the adenoma are non functioning adenomas. Some of the properties that differentiate the lipid rich adenoma from non adenomas cancer include the lipid composition which in the …

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Tubular adenoma polyp

The tubular adenoma polyp is a kind of polyp adenoma that grows in the epithelial lining of the colon and various other points in the gastrointestinal tract. The adenoma is present in the benign form in the initial stages. The cells in the benign form of tubular adenoma polyp are inactive and …

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Lipid poor adenoma

Lipid poor adenoma is a silent disease, and the adrenal masses that are found with the imaging tests, indicate that about one to five percent of cases that were tested for a CT scan in the United States of America, showed signs of the development of the lipid poor adenoma. The …

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Tubulovillous adenoma

Some of the risk factors that are associated with tubulovillous adenoma include age as the risk of developing cancer increases with age. Cancer is a silent disease and the tubulovillous adenoma is initially available in benign form but if it is undetected, it may grow in size and transform into a malignancy …

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Benign adenoma

Benign adenoma is differentiated from a malignant adenoma, as it lacks certain characteristics that lead to the spread of the disease. Benign adenoma is described as benign tumors that are found in the various endocrine glands in the human body. This type of adenoma does not spread to the other …

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Meibomian gland adenoma

Meibomian gland adenoma is originated from the meibomian tissue, which is found on the inner surface of the eye. Adenoma is a disease that is associated with the presence of benign tumors located on the lining of the glandular tissues. These tissues are modified from sebaceous and are also known …

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Adenoma malignum

Adenoma Malignum refers to the formation of a tumor or swelling in the endocrine glands that is proliferative and spreads in the entire body. This type of adenoma malignum has many serious complications and it is very difficult to control the spread of the cancerous cells in the human body. The …

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Renal adenoma

Renal adenoma is also known as Kidney Papillary Adenoma or Tubulo Papillary adenoma. Historical evidence suggests that the term renal adenoma has been applied to describe the small projections in the tumor, that looked like papillary or tubulo papillary epithelial lining of the glandular tissue. The tumor was found to be …

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Adenoma polyp

Adenoma polyp is commonly found in the hollow spaces of the digestive tract. The adenoma polyp may appear as a perpendicular shaped polyp that grows towards the lumen. In this case, it is referred to as adenomatous polyp or plypoid adenoma. An adenoma polyp may look like a long stalk with a …

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Liver adenoma

Liver adenoma – Liver is primarily concerned with cleansing the blood that is the circulated in the entire body. It is very useful in removing harmful toxins from the body. When the blood flows through the liver, various metabolic processes occur in the liver that breakdown the chemicals and food …

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