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What are some of the tests for colorectal cancer?

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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine 42 years experience
The tests for Colorectal cancer include:: Biopsy, Complete blood count, CEA, Colonoscopy, Kidney function tests, MRI of pelvis, PET scan, Comprehensive metabolic panel, Barium enema, Virtual colonoscopy, CT of abdomen and pelvis with contast, Fecal occult blood.

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What are the tests for hereditary colorectal cancer?

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Usual: Se as for non hereditary , a colonoscopy is best. If you are high risk it is usually recommended tat the testing start earlier than age 50 , the specific age depending on the circumstances.

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