Dr Ali Hussain Bokhari, Dr Muhammad Hashim, Dr Asma Farooq
Aim: Colorectal dangerous development is the third most fundamental infection around the globe, particularly in the more made countries. Colorectal adenomas can progress to hurtful carcinoma on account of pathogenesis of adenoma-carcinoma gathering. This flow research was directed to investigate relationship with colorectal polyps with circulatory strain status in the wake of notwithstanding the bewildering effect of antihypertensive administrators. Methods: Our momentum research was directed at Services Hospital, Lahore from October 2019 to September 2020, an amount of 8,800 qualified subjects developed ≥ 19 years were chosen. We confined the outcomes of colonoscopy into 4 subsections: sans polyp, non-neoplastic polyps, non-advanced adenomatous polyps, and advanced adenomatous polyps. The cases remained apportioned into normal circulatory strain, prehypertension and hypertension. Results: The cases remained divided into sans polyp (n = 7,780), non-neoplastic (n = 811), non-advanced adenomatous polyps (n = 881) and advanced adenomatous polyps (n = 248). By changes for various variables, hypertension was unequivocally associated with non-advanced adenomatous polyps (OR: 1.40, 96% CI: 1.15-1.74) and advanced adenomatous polyps (OR: 2.94, 96% CI: 2.38-2.73). Prehypertension was connected with a higher peril of non-neoplastic polyps (OR: 2.21, 96% CI: 1.01-1.44) and non-advanced adenomatous polyps (OR: 1.43, 96% CI: 1.21-1.67), yet not by front line adenomatous polyps. Conclusion: Hypertension remained vehemently associated with an extended risk for non-advanced and advanced adenomatous polyps, yet not for non-neoplastic polyps. Curiously, prehypertension was connected by the less impelled period of intestinal polyps, checking non-neoplastic polyps and non-advanced adenomatous polyps, yet not through front line adenomatous polyps. Key words: Colorectal Polyps, Blood Pressure, Antihypertensive Agents.