Colon and Rectal Cancer Epidemiology (02:18)
Learn the global prevalence of the intestinal disease. The EU is starting a screening program that will detect early cases.
Colorectal Cancer Screening (01:53)
Learn how intestinal polyp removal can decrease chances of developing bowel cancer.
Colorectal Cancer Risk (01:22)
Older people are more likely to develop the disease. Learn genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors for developing cancer from intestinal polyps.
Colorectal Cancer Symptoms (01:48)
Polyps are generally asymptomatic, but once they develop into cancer, patients experience low energy, bowel changes and pain.
Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis (02:43)
Blood in stool, colonoscopy, blood tests, and tumor biopsies are used to diagnose the disease.
Colorectal Cancer Treatment (03:14)
Learn surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy options; and during which stages they are effective.
Colorectal Cancer and Stomas (01:09)
Learn indications for patients given an abdominal bag for eliminating waste.
Colorectal Cancer Surgery (04:12)
Learn how laparoscopic and robotic surgeries are performed, and their advantages over traditional operational procedures.
Colorectal Cancer Prevention (02:52)
Learn diet, lifestyle, and screening strategies for reducing disease risk. A patient reflects on how his attitude towards life and others has changed.
Credits: Colon and Rectal Cancer: Disease and…Ease (01:12)
Credits: Colon and Rectal Cancer: Disease and…Ease
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