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Flammable Bowel Disease

Jan 16th 2014 at 12:48 AM

If the person is not willing to take the risk of developing rectal cancer or if she has polyps in the rectum, it can be removed. In such cases, surgical Ana stemsons by placing ilea pouch-anal are chosen to maintain the quality of life.

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Flammable Bowel Disease
Many people with chronic bowel inflammation such as ulcerative colitis may be accompanied with regular search for colonoscopies for signs of colon cancer.
If cancer is found, it can be treated properly. Some patients prefer to undergo prophylactic colostomy possibly with the creation of an ilea pouch-anal part to preserve bowel function.
Stage II also called Dukes B colon cancer is when the tumor became the muscular wall of the colon, but not yet reached the lymph nodes (small structures found throughout the body that produce and store cells that fight infection).
Stage III also called Dukes' C colon cancer occurs when it has spread outside the colon to one or more lymph nodes.
Stage IV also called Dukes D colon cancer is when the tumor has reached other organs such as the lungs or liver.
The tumor may be any size and may or may not have affected lymph nodes. Stages of Rectal Cancer Stages of rectal cancer are very similar to those of colon cancer, but as in this case the tumor is located below the options treatment are different.
Stage 0 at this time, the tumor affects only the outline of the rectum. To treat it is possible to opt for surgery to remove the tumor or a small part of the rectum where it is. Stage I also called Dukes A rectal cancer, it is an initial or more limited form of cancer.

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