COLON , RECTUM AND ANUS Colorectal Physiology I. Normal Colon Function A. Water absorption Normal ileal effluent totals 900 to 1,500 mL/day, with stool water loss typically less than 200 mL/day. The right colon maximally can absorb 6 L of fluid/day, and only when large-bowel absorption is less than 2 […]
Types- Squamous cell carcinoma behaves like cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, is well differentiated and keratinizing, and is treated with wide local excision and chemoradiation if large. Basal cell carcinoma is a rare, male-predominant cancer and is treated with local excision. Bowen disease is intraepidermal squamous cell carcinoma. It is rare […]
The colostomy construction technique depends on whether the goal is decompression or diversion. Ongoing surveillance of the remaining colon is necessary but often overlooked in patients with colostomies
Familial cancer syndromes account for 10% to 15% of colorectal cancers .
Sporadic cancers account for approximately 85% of colorectal neoplasia. Although no inherited genetic mutation can be identified, first-degree relatives of patients with colorectal cancer have a three- to ninefold increase in the risk of developing the disease.
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Crohn disease is a transmural inflammatory process that can affect any area of the GI tract, from the mouth to the anus. It has a female predominance. The disease has a segmental distribution, with normal mucosa interspersed between diseased areas of bowel. Common symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and […]
What is Ulcerative colitis ? Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory process of the colonic mucosa characterized by alterations in bowel function, most commonly bloody diarrhea with tenesmus. It has a male predominance. The disease always involves the rectum and extends continuously variable distances in the proximal colon. Patients often have abdominal […]
Cryptoglandular abscess results from infection of the anal glands in the crypts at the dentate line. The initial abscess occurs in the intersphincteric space. Infection then can spread (1) superficial to the external sphincter into the perianal space, (2) through the external sphincter into the ischiorectal space (which in turn may connect posteriorly via the deep postanal space, resulting in a horseshoe abscess), or (3) deep to the external sphincter into the supralevator space.
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