colorectal cancer

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Related to Colon carcinoma: colon cancer, Colorectal cancer, Bowel cancer
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colorectal cancer

n. cáncer colorectal, carcinoma colónico rectal.
References in classic literature ?
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It sames to me, Natty, but a sorry compliment to call your comrad after the evil one,” said the landlady; “and it’s no much like a snake that old John is looking now, Nimrod would be a more becomeing name for the lad, and a more Christian, too, seeing that it conies from the Bible.
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For example, lack of immunoreactivity for PAX-8, WT-1, CK7, and hormone receptors in association with CK20 and CDX-2 positivity can aid in the recognition of a colon carcinoma metastasis.
Micropapillary variant of colon carcinoma was considered and immunohistochemistry for CDX2 was performed.
Sections from a human colon carcinoma known to express COX-2 were used as positive controls for COX-2, and negative controls were obtained with suppression of the primary antibody.
Several preclinical pharmacology studies have assessed the mechanism of action and anti-tumor activity of MN-029 in vivo in rodent models of breast, adrenocarcinoma, colon carcinoma, lung carcinoma and KHT sarcoma.
It can also arise from colon carcinoma (9%), melanoma (5%), ovarian carcinoma (4%), and cervical carcinoma (2%).
Coexistence of a colon carcinoma with two distinct renal cell carcinomas: a case report" Journal of Medical Case Reports, vol.
Malakoplakia occurring in association with colon carcinoma.
Human colon cancer cells were established from two sources, the primary tumour of a 44-year old Caucasian woman with colon adenocarcinoma (HT-29), and from a lung metastasis of a colon carcinoma of a 72-year old male (T84).
bovis IE and colon carcinoma has long been established.