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Colonoscope Detects Abnormal Growth Rectum Cancer
If the colonoscope detects abnormal growth in my rectum, does that mean I have colon-rectal cancer?
I'm 18 y/o male. I have had 2-4 small black bumps around anus for a year. No growth. No pain. Hemmroids or cancer? Can i go to urologist for exam?
Primary care doc: At your age is not likely a serious problem but do go visit your primary doc and let him/her decide if you need a specialist like an urologist. I would not go to an urologist straight away. ...Read more
Brief shooting pain in anus and a heavy ache in anus, female previous cerix abnormal cell. Worried it's anal cancer. ?
4 stages: Stage i is a localized tumor without spread to other organs or the lymph nodes. Stage ii is a deeper tumor, into the muscular layers of the bowel or even outside the bowel, but not spread to distant organs or lymph nodes. Stage iii is a tumor that has involved the lymph nodes, but not distant organs. Stage IV is spread of tumor to organs far from the rectum, such as liver or lungs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, it is possible to get cancer of the rectum, and this can be a serious condition. If you have concerns about this you should get evaluated. To prevent, consider exercise, a healthy diet, a healthy weight, eating plenty of green vegetables, and getting regular screening. Symptoms like these deserve a full evaluation in person by your health care provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is an advanced adenomas villious semi sessile 14 mm polyp in rectum another way of saying its cancer in situ?
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