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Le cancer colorectal: problèmes de diagnostic précoce et de dépistage Étude comparée de la rectosigmoidoscopie et de la coloscopie totale

Colorectal cancer: early diagnosis and screening problems Rectosigmoidoscopy versus total colonoscopy

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Rossini, F.P., Arrigoni, A. Le cancer colorectal: problèmes de diagnostic précoce et de dépistage Étude comparée de la rectosigmoidoscopie et de la coloscopie totale. Acta Endosc 26, 181 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02965807

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Mots-clés

  • cancer colorectal
  • diagnostic précoce
  • dépistage rectosigmoidoscopie
  • coloscopie

Key-words

  • colorectal cancer
  • screening
  • early diagnosis sigmoiscopy
  • colonoscopy