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Colonoscopy showed polyp that was normal, biopsy showed precancerous. What is the cause?

i had a colonoscopy two years ago and my doctor found two SSA s I just had another colonoscopy last week and yesterday when i went for the follow up this is what i was told.. he told me he saw a polyp but did not take it out due to the fact it looked normal. but the biopsy came back as precancerous so now i have to have another. why would he just take it out the first time?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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if there is feasible to remove the polyp it is better to remove. if not , should be under observation by oncologist.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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