Villous Adenomatous Polyps
Villous adenomas have a tendency to be non-pedunculated (stalkless) and have an appearance that resembles cauliflower. They are normally larger in size than tubular adenomatous colon polyps.
Commonly affecting the rectal area of the colon, villous adenomatous polyps are associated with high rates of physical illness and mortality. At least, in comparison with tubular adenomas.