colorectal cancer

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colorectal cancer

n. cáncer colorectal, carcinoma colónico rectal.
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Taken together with prior studies showing an inverse association of 25(OH)D and risk of colonic cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, these results highlight the potential importance of vitamin D in the maintenance of colonic health," they wrote.
Just over half (56 percent) had colonic cancer, 28 per cent had diverticular disease (a structural problem with the wall of their colon), 13 percent had inflammatory bowel disease and four per cent had other conditions.
The chemotherapy port in situ relates to prior treatment for colonic cancer.
Despite negative colonoscopic biopsies, a provisional diagnosis of right colonic cancer was made and he was prepared for right hemicolectomy.
Colonic cancer occurs in the large intestine and is known also bowel cancer.
Surprisingly, no colonic cancer was found in either group despite a reported two- to six-fold increase age-adjusted incidence rate in men with myelopathy compared with the general male population [16].
This project will enable us to apply our core technology to develop antibodies with high specificity against CSC cell surface marker molecules that will help identify and possibly even eradicate these time-bomb cells in colonic cancer patients.
Possibly a symptom of a serious disorder of the large intestine, hopefully only a polyp but could be colonic cancer.
Epidemiological studies in human beings link the dysplastic lesion origin and colonic cancer development with fatty foods.
The digested material meant the cells were reacting to the kind of material that colonic cancer cells in the human gut would encounter.
A 43-year-old male presented with colonic cancer requiring elective right hemicolectomy.
However, the suggestion of a particular effect of aspirin on more aggressive and rapidly growing tumors might allow less frequent screening, and the prevention of proximal colonic cancer by aspirin, which would not be identified by sigmoidoscopy screening and for which colonoscopy screening is only partly effective, is clearly important," they wrote.