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What are Intestinal Polyps?

Description of the disease

Intestinal polyps are benign tumors that form on the inner wall of the intestine. They can vary in size and shape, and in most cases do not present symptoms. However, in some cases, polyps can grow to a certain size and lead to intestinal bleeding or even development of cancer.


  • Hyperplastic polyps
  • Adenomatous polyps
  • Villous polyps


  • Blood in the stool
  • Changes in bowel habits
  • Abdominal pain


The exact causes of the formation of intestinal polyps are not established, but genetic predisposition, improper diet, harmful habits, and age-related changes in the body may play a role in their appearance.


  • Colonoscopy
  • Rectoscopy
  • Biopsy


Treatment for intestinal polyps may include their removal through endoscopic surgery or surgical intervention, especially in cases of detection of malignant changes.


  • Proper nutrition
  • Avoiding harmful habits
  • Regular medical check-ups


A gastroenterologist is involved in the diagnosis and treatment of intestinal polyps.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.