B. Hyperplastic polyps.
C. Inflammatory polyps.
D. All of the above.
Ans;D .All of the above
The structure represented as “A” in the picture above represents colon polyp and “B” represents colon cancer.
Colon cancer usually derives from precancerous polyps that exist in the large intestine. The most common types of polyps are:
- Adenomas: can become cancerous but are usually removed during colonoscopy.
- Hyperplastic polyps: rarely become colon cancer.
- Inflammatory polyps: usually occur after inflammation of the colon (colitis) and may become cancerous.