Asad Qureshi

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INTRODUCTION Colorectal cancer is the third most common malignancy in the developed countries, and about a quarter of people present with intestinal obstruction or perforation. Risk factors for colorectal cancer are mainly dietary and genetic. Overall 5-year survival is about 50%, with half of people having surgery experiencing recurrence of the disease. (More)
A 60 year old male presented with unremitting complaints of acute urinary retention and constipation. Computerized Tomography of the abdomen and pelvis confirmed a sacral mass. The biopsy diagnosed dedifferentiated sacral chordoma; an extremely rare entity, seldom reported and frequently misdiagnosed. We present a unique case report after an extensive(More)
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