Can colorectal cancer cause bladder pressure?

Yes . If the mass remains there and if it is located close to the bladder and pressing the bladder-yes- you can have bladder pressure.

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Is colorectal cancer caused by a genetic defect leading to polyps?

Yes and no. All benign and malignant tumors result from accumulated genetic mutations. There are a few hereditary illnesses in which a child inherits a first mutation in the series that leads to colon cancer. However, most people with colon cancer began life with a genome free of cancer-causing mutations. Benign polyps may or may not acquire additional mutations and turn cancerous. Read more...

Colorectal cancer causes?

Heredity & diet. The cause is not known in most cases. In a small number the cause is clearly heredity, e.g., apc and hnpcc. In the garden variety colon cancer, a diet low in fiber and rich in fats may increase the risk of cancer. Read more...

What causes colorectal cancer, and who is more likely at risk of developing it?

Multiple causes. There are multiple causes to colorectal cancer. It is a combination between genetics, and what your colon & rectum are exposed to over the course of many decades. Clearly the most at-risk patients are those with a strong family history and a documented history of gene mutations, namely something called fap and hnpcc. Take a look at some of my other posts on reducing your risk. Read more...
Can be genetiic. Can run in the family but there is an increased incidence with age. That is why a colonoscopy is advocated over the age of 50. Read more...

What body systems could colorectal cancer affect?

It can spread. The common sites of metastases(spread of cancer) are to liver and lungs. Sometimes it recurs in the abdominal cavity causing bowel obstruction or ascites(fluid build up in the belly? Bone metastasis and brain metastases are much less common sites of spread. Growing tumors will cause compromise in the functions of the organs. Read more...