Endoluminal Sonography as a Preoperative Staging Method for Rectal Cancer

  • U. Herzog
  • P. Tondelli
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Abstract

The selection of an appropriate surgical procedure for primary rectal cancer depends on the degree of local invasion of the tumour, its mobility, accessibility and size and the presence of involved lymph nodes.

Keywords

Rectal Cancer Rectal Wall Rectal Carcinoma Muscularis Propria Endorectal Ultrasound 
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  • U. Herzog
  • P. Tondelli

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