The polyp, identified as a "tubular adenoma," was a "slow-growing, but thought to be precancerous lesion," White House physician Dr. Kevin O'Connor announced in a letter published Wednesday, continuing that no more action is needed now.
After his routine physical exam, Biden, 79, was pronounced "healthy" and "vigorous" and fit for duty.
"President Biden remains a healthy, vigorous, 78-year-old male, who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency, to include those as Chief Executive, Head of State and Commander in Chief," O'Connor announced in his briefing dated November 19 - just one day before the president's birthday when he turned 79.
The polyp was similar to one the president had taken off in 2008, O'Connor explained in the letter, which is dated Tuesday.
"The President has never had colon cancer," O'Connor's report announced.
It was suggested that Biden has to have another colonoscopy in seven to 10 years, along with routine surveillance.
His "throat-clearing" was further examined - which many members of the public have pointed out since Biden took office. O'Connor alluded that "greater attention is directed toward his public engagements" than before and could make Biden feel the need to unblock his throat more often.
The physician furthermore ran a set of tests and discovered that the president's "throat-clearing" could likewise be due to gastroesophageal reflux and discovered that there "were zero tumors or polyps, and his vocal cord appearance and function were normal."
O'Connor further looked into Biden's "stiff gait."
The president admitted to experiencing "stiffness" in the morning. The physician further amounted the stiffen to many "orthopedic and sports-related injuries over the years" and a fracture in his right foot from a year ago.
His stiffness was mainly determined to be because of aging after undergoing a set of tests.
The public became increasingly concerned with the president's health lately after he was seen many times looking confused and tripping up the steps of Air Force One.
The president tripped up the stairs of the plane at Joint Base Andrews in early November, which the White House later alluded to the heavy wind back then.
Two weeks later, Biden was boarding Air Force One as he stiffly walked up the steps in Pittsburgh.