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Polyp in the bladder

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polyp in the bladder
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  D. Baron, MD replied 10 years ago.
A polyp in the bladder is a tumor, but it has a "stalk" (like a mushroom) and is a "pedunculated tumor". Most polyps of the bladder are benign, but can become cancerous. Urologists recommend removal of all bladder polyps. http://www.imm.fr/english/dep/uro/urotum.htm I hope that this was helpful.

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