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Colorectal Cancer in Clinical Practice
Prevention, Early Detection, and Management
Second Edition
by Paul Rozen

Colorectal Cancer in Clinical Practice examines the prevention and early detection of this disease as well as a discussion on management issues.

Features:

  • Provides the clinician with an accessible guide on the primary and secondary prevention of colorectal cancer
  • Geared towards primary care physicians, and specialists in gastroenterology and surgery

Contents

  1. How big is the problem, why prevent it and how might it present
  2. What are the risk factors associated with colorectal cancer? An overview
  3. How does colorectal cancer develop
  4. Is diet important in preventing colorectal cancer
  5. Can non-dietary and dietary agents prevent colorectal cancer
  6. Who are at risk for familial colorectal cancer and how can they be managed
  7. How should we follow-up colorectal premalignant conditions
  8. How should we screen for early colorectal neoplasia
  9. When colorectal cancer is dected, what to do next
  10. The pros and cons of population-based colorectal cancer preventative strategies

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Colorectal Cancer in Clinical Practice
Prevention, Early Detection, and Management
Second Edition
by Paul Rozen

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