Diseases of the Colon and Disturbances of Rectal Evacuation
According to a recent overview by Wilmink  from the Institute of Public Health in Cambridge, colorectal cancer is the third most frequent cancer in the world in both genders, after cancers of the lung and stomach in males and after cancer of the breast and cervix in females. A decrease in mortality from this disease will depend on the early detection and treatment of carcinoma or premalignant lesions in asymptomatic patients. Essential in the detection of early carcinoma or premalignant lesions is the detection of polyps.
KeywordsIrritable Bowel Syndrome Pelvic Floor Anal Canal Pelvic Floor Muscle Rectal Prolapse
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