White House physician releases evaluation on polyp removed during Biden colonoscopy

White House physician releases evaluation on polyp removed during Biden colonoscopy


The polyp removed during President Joe Biden’s first colonoscopy in office was identified as a “tubular adenoma” that requires no further action, according to the White House physician.

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A memo released Wednesday evening said the polyp, sent to a lab for a histologic examination, is similar to one Biden had removed in 2008.

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An adenoma is a “benign, slow-growing but potentially pre-cancerous lesion,” physician Kevin O’Connor said in his statement.

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Although O’Connor said no further action is required at the time, his memo notes routine surveillance is recommended as well as

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