polypoid tumours or masses of worms, or masses of irritating ingesta, are said to lead to its occurrence.
polypoid excrescences springing from the beds of the ulcers have been described (Fraenkel).
The latter occurs upon the detachment of a polypus, but not necessarily of a polypoid growth.
The edges are usually high, soft in consistence, and often beset with polypoid excrescences.
polypoid hypertrophy of the mucous membrane near the cancer is not rare.
polypoid growths are very different bodies, but they are too frequently confounded with true polypi.
(i) On account of polypoid degeneration of the anterior extremity of the turbinal.
The removal of polypoid ethmoid can thus be completely carried out.
The polypoid mucosa occupying the sinus and the fronto-ethmoidal cells along the passage to the nose are carefully plucked away.
polypoid masses of the ethmoid may project through the posterior cavity and are removed in the same way.
polypoid pol·yp·oid (pŏl'ə-poid')
Resembling a polyp.