According to medical statistics, about 10% of women face this problem.
Under the action of certain factors, any neoplasm that has arisen in the body can take on a malignant form.
Very often, such growths appear on the mucous membrane of the uterine cavity. An eruption can be spherical, branchy or mushroom-shaped. It consists of a network of branching glands on the endometrium.
The growth of tissues above the endometrial mucosa is a polyp. Consider the main causes of its appearance, symptoms, types, methods of diagnosis and treatment.
In some cases, removal of the endometrial polyp can be accompanied by endometritis - an inflammation of the endometrium, which can develop for various reasons, including: infection attachment, intensive recovery.
Such a tumor is found relatively often, and can arise as a single formation, or multiple polyps of different sizes.
There are different types of polyps. One of them is expedient to observe without taking any measures, while others need to be urgently removed. There are both single and multiple polyps.
The prevalence of this problem is very wide, and the fuzzy concept of etiology and treatment methods leads to later diagnosis.