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ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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Moving forwards, the research team is now undertaking a multicentre study for this purpose and the team are also working on developing an automatic polyp detection system.
The patient underwent left tonsillectomy with the excision of the polyp by preserving its attachment to the tonsil.
However, this approach is still controversial, and many different cutoff values of polyp sizes for the differentiation of benign and malignant GBPs have been reported to date.
Choanal polyp originated from the inferior nasal concha.
5,6 The risk of malignancy with adenomatous polyps is interconnected with histological architecture, polyp size, and the grade of dysplasia.
sup][4] It could provide information of polyps and complicated intussusceptions in PJS for the consequent endoscopic enteroscopy or surgery.
Doraiswami Set al in their study [8] noted benign endometrial polyp constituted (11.
In a 2004 publication, Higuchi and Jass (11) updated these concepts, stating: "Using more modern terminology, the hyperplastic polyp can be defined as a lesion caused by the inhibition of programmed cell death or apoptosis," which they explain is probably a special form of apoptosis called anoikis that is associated with programmed exfoliation of surface epithelial cells.
Exploratory univariate analysis was performed to investigate which factors may have influenced urologists in their choice for endoscopic or surgical resection of the polyp (Table 3).
Obstruction of breathing may require urgent tracheostomy before the polyp removal [12].
Such increase on the surface of epithelium cells leads to water overflow, which causes edema of nasal polyp stroma.