Polypectomy in Bangladesh
A polypectomy is a procedure that removes polyps from the colon, also known as the large intestine. A polyp is a growth of tissue that is irregular. The operation is relatively painless and is normally done in conjunction with a colonoscopy.
To rule out the existence of polyps, a colonoscopy is performed first. If any are found, the tissue is removed and a polypectomy is performed. The growths will be tested to see whether they’re cancerous, precancerous, or benign. This has the potential to eliminate colon cancer.
Polyps aren’t often accompanied by any symptoms. Larger polyps, on the other hand, can cause:
Rectal bleeding, stomach pain, and bowel abnormalities are all symptoms of rectal bleeding.
A polypectomy will also help to alleviate these symptoms. When polyps are found during a colonoscopy, this procedure is required.