Definition of Pedunculated polyp

1. Noun. A polyp with a stalk or peduncle.

Generic synonyms: Polyp, Polypus
Terms within: Peduncle

Medical Definition of Pedunculated polyp

1. Any form of polyp that is attached to the base tissue by means of a slender stalk. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pedunculated Polyp

peduncle of corpus callosum
peduncle of flocculus
peduncle of mamillary body
peduncular ansa
peduncular loop
peduncular veins
pedunculate oak
pedunculated hydatid
pedunculated polyp (current term)
pedunculomamillary fasciculus
pedunculus cerebellaris inferior
pedunculus cerebellaris medius
pedunculus cerebellaris superior
pedunculus cerebri
pedunculus corporis callosi
pedunculus corporis mamillaris
pedunculus flocculi
pedunculus of pineal body
pedunculus thalami inferior
pedunculus thalami lateralis
pedunculus thalami ventralis

Literary usage of Pedunculated polyp

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Diseases of the Throat by Jacob Solis Cohen (1872)
"pedunculated polyp on vocal cord, in a case of phthisis 433 92. Pedunculated fibroid polyp beneath vocal cords, and removed with ..."

2. Cancer of the Uterus: Its Pathology, Symptomatology, Diagnosis, and Treatment by Thomas Stephen Cullen (1900)
"... about its middle, is a pedunculated polyp a centimetres long, varying from .2 to 1 centimetre in diameter. It diminishes in size as it passes downward, ..."

3. Intestinal obstruction: Its Varieties with Their Pathology, Diagnosis, and by Frederick Treves (1884)
"In some examples the association is no doubt accidental, as was probably the case in a specimen described by Sir Prescott Hewett, where a pedunculated polyp ..."

4. Gynecological Pathology; a Manual of Microscopic Technique and Diagnosis in by Karl Abel, Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1901)
"Springing from the left side of the uterine cavity, about its middle, is a pedunculated polyp 5 centimetres long, varying from .2 to 1 centimetre in ..."

5. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1914)
"The outlet was relaxed; the cervix lay in the axis of the vagina and contained a small pedunculated polyp. The uterus was sagging in the pelvis; ..."

6. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1889)
"JB Marty ^reports an instance of hypertrophy of the ventricular band simulating a moderately large pedunculated polyp. Both ventricular bands were augmented ..."

7. Cystoscopy and Urethroscopy for General Practitioners by Bransford Lewis, Ernest Gutheric Mark, William Braasch, Frederick (1915)
"If a pedunculated polyp is the object of the attack, it is brought into view, encircled with the snare, when, with or without the addition of galvanic heat, ..."

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