[A Case of Solitary Metastasis to the Small Intestine from Sigmoid Colon Cancer after Treatment of Seven Multiple Cancers].

@article{Nasu2016ACO,
  title={[A Case of Solitary Metastasis to the Small Intestine from Sigmoid Colon Cancer after Treatment of Seven Multiple Cancers].},
  author={Keiichi Nasu and Tsuyoshi Maeshiro and Keiko Yanai and Hanako Fujita and Masaki Machida and Takafumi Moriyama and Takayoshi Koseki and Hiroki Kudo and Kentaro Inada and Yukiko Takahama and Yasuji Seyama and Ikuo Wada and Sachio Miyamoto and Nobutaka Umekita and Toru Tanizawa},
  journal={Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy},
  year={2016},
  volume={43 12},
  pages={1809-1811}
}
A 75-year-old woman who had undergone a Hartmann's operation for sigmoid colon cancer 2 years ago was hospitalized because she experienced small bowel obstruction several times. She had a treatment history of 6 other cancers, including 5 gastrointestinal tract cancers. However, the obstruction was relieved by conservative therapy each time. In September… CONTINUE READING