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Polyps are abnormal tissue growths. They can form in different parts of the body:
Polyps are a common problem and most of them are benign, although some types have been linked to cancer.
TAMIS – a new approach in colorectal surgery
By Miss Sarah Mills2019-09-10
Transanal minimally-invasive surgery (TAMIS) is a cutting-edge technique used to remove larger, more complex rectal polyps or early stages of rectal cancer. Ms Sarah Mills, a leading colorectal surgeon, explains how this procedure works, its success rate and the aftercare required following surgery. See more
Do uterine polyps need to be removed?
By Mr Mahantesh Karoshi2019-09-06
For some women who have heavy periods every month or who bleed in between their next cycle, it can be really frustrating but could also be signs of a uterine polyp. Leading gynaecologist Mr Mahantesh Karoshi explains more about the excessive growths found in the uterine lining and whether they need to be removed. See more