Abnormal signs that indicate the risk of colorectal cancer

Experts emphasized that even after being treated thoroughly, patients are still at risk of new colorectal cancer cells.

Therefore, after treatment, patients should be re-examined periodically on schedule to have blood tests, abdominal ultrasound, colonoscopy, tomography to assess the risk of recurrence.

A 55-year-old male patient was examined at the University Hospital of Medicine and Pharmacy, because of constantly going to the bridge with bright red blood, tired body, poor eating.

At the hospital, the 55-year-old had a colonoscopy, abdominal CT scan, chest CT, pelvic MRI.

Based on the imaging results, the doctor diagnosed him with stage 1/3 rectal cancer.

The patient is given chemotherapy, radiation therapy before surgery. After that, laparoscopic surgeons cut the colorectal segment, connecting the colon and rectum to help the patient have a normal bowel movement.