Early and Definitive Surgical Therapy for Colonic and Rectal Cancer
The term “prophylactic surgery” in regard to cancer is not applicable to many anatomical sites. However, it is increasingly clear that the detection and removal of adenomas substantially reduces the incidence of colonic and rectal cancer.
KeywordsRectal Cancer Anterior Resection Local Method Abdominoperineal Resection Regional Nodal Metastasis
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