P Abstract Introduction.
Results from single medical centers having large numbers of patients with multiple colonic polyps that have undergone colonoscopy management are rare. Material and method.
Death rates from pancreatic cancer predicted to rise in Europe in Rates for all other cancers, except female lung cancer, continue to fall European Society for Medical Oncology Print E-Mail Pancreatic colorectal cancer numbers is the only cancer for which deaths are predicted to increase in men and women rather than decrease in and beyond, according to a comprehensive study published in the leading cancer journal Annals of Oncology  today Thursday. The study by researchers in Italy and Switzerland shows that the proportion of deaths due to any sort of cancer is expected to fall overall in Europe in There are some variations between sexes and countries, however, pancreatic cancer is the only one where colorectal cancer numbers death rates are predicted for both men and women this year.
The present study is based on 2, cases enrolled during andincluding patients that underwent colonoscopy for various reasons in the Department for Upper colorectal cancer numbers Lower Endoscopy of Witting Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania. Of the 2, patients examined during -tumor formations were detected; After colorectal cancer numbers statistical analyses on several general parameters such as age, sex, overall clinical outcome of the patient and polyp-related colorectal cancer numbers such as: dimensions, location, histological typewe developed a stepwise algorithm for clinical management with endoscopic polypectomy of patients with multiple polyposis, with the goal of reducing unnecessary colorectal surgeries.
We believe that this type of stepwise algorithm-based approach in the clinical management of patients with multiple polyposis can lead to a substantial decrease in unnecessary colectomies no matter the approach, via laparotomy or laparoscopic procedureswith the accompanying benefit of avoiding the complications and negative long-life impact that they impose.