From anatomical and clinical points of view the colon and the rectum form an important part of the digestive canal. Diseases based upon malformation, nervous disturbances, inflammatory processes, and neoplasms play a more prominent role in the colon and the rectum than in the small bowel.


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Technique. Anatomy, physiology and pharmacology

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