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Hyperplasia in Colon Tissue

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    Bradford F.
    US
    Bradford F.

    Epithelia is the top player. hyperplasia is too much growth. epithelium is takes in more growth.

    Tonya O.
    US
    Tonya O.

    Compares an image of a healthy normal colon tissue to a colon tissue with hyperplasia

    Tonya O.
    US
    Tonya O.

    Dues hyperplasia always lead to colon cancer?

    Sabrina S.
    GB
    Sabrina S.

    Hyperpalsia is too much growth- caused by an irritant, and if that irritant were removed, growth should be back to normal. Stem cells for the colon are found around the 'test tube' shapes.

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is hyperplasia in colon tissue?

    Muhammed Faiz S.
    ZA
    Muhammed Faiz S.

    Explanation on Hyperplasia. Shows how an irritant can cause extra growth in the colon region and become cause for concern. Compares the image of a healthy, 'normal' colon tissue to that of a colon experiencing hyperplasia which is the accelerated growth of cells in the colon due to the presence of an irritant.

    Julie C.
    GB
    Julie C.

    cancer cells are cells that have been damaged or irrtated .hyperplasia is too much growth in a cell .

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