Source: Acta Medica Transilvanica.
With increasing life expectancy worldwide, the incidence of neoplasia has also increased. WHO warns about the possible increase by 70 percent of the incidence of cancer until Our study aimed at examining the feasibility of screening for colorectal cancer prevention.
Duringwe conducted a screening on a group of patients, hospitalized in the most majority. The patients were admitted by the presence of suggestive colorectal symptoms or laboratory data. We have identified 9.
In 12 cases, we found large, advanced adenomas. A total of subjects have been detected by the total number of adenomatous polyps.
Of the adenomas, In conclusion, we consider as essential to start and sustain the long-term national programme for the early detection of colorectal cancer and the correct identification of the variables of the study minimum age, insurance level in the non-cooperating patients for the increase of the compliance level etc.
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