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Colon Dysplasia

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    Bradford F.
    US
    Bradford F.

    Everyone at Alison has done a great job. Sal and his videos are priceless.

    Bradford F.
    US
    Bradford F.

    In colon dysplasia, what does STP stand for? Neoplasia is the "Get out of my way" type. Autonomist is a ' mean streak'.?.

    Bradford F.
    US
    Bradford F.

    This course is great. I still want to know more. Neoplasia>, Carcenoma>. Would like to see more on Dysplasia?

    Sabrina S.
    GB
    Sabrina S.

    Hyperplasia-> dysplasia-> polyp-> neoplasia-> carcinoma in situ-> cancer Dyspalsia keeps growing as it is autonomous, even if the irritant is removed.

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is colon dysplasia?

    Muhammed Faiz S.
    ZA
    Muhammed Faiz S.

    Discussion on Dysplasia. Eplains how Dysplasia is different to Hyperplasia. Dysplasia is when the structure is no longer correct. The structure forms a kind of pollup which looks like the shape of a colourless cauliflower. Also shows one of the ways to identify wether the tissue has become cancerous or not (Sarcoma insintu) . Discusses Neoplasia as well which is a new growth which grows on its own.

    Julie C.
    GB
    Julie C.

    dyplasis is a growth that isn't doing its job properly not producing enough mucus . dyplasia is here to stay it keeps on growing

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