Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 4th, 2004
"Polyps that are removed intact are usually easy to diagnose because of the polypoid appearance plus surface epithelium on all sides. In addition, there are thick-walled blood vessels and irregularly shaped glands. Rarely are all or even some of the characteristic features easy to identify in biopsies and curettage specimens," noted K.R. Kim and colleagues, University of Ulsan, Seoul.
The team "evaluated 76 cases of grossly identifiable...
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