Colorectal carcinoma over 30 years at one hospital: no evidence for a shift to the right

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Many recent reports in the North American literature have documented an increase in the ratio of proximal to distal colorectal cancers with an increase in right-sided lesions. In order to assess trends in the distribution of large bowel carcinoma at our hospital we reviewed the files of 1553 patients who presented with primary colorectal carcinoma over a 30… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00341386

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@article{Crerand1991ColorectalCO, title={Colorectal carcinoma over 30 years at one hospital: no evidence for a shift to the right}, author={S J Crerand and Timothy M Feeley and Ronan P. Waldron and Thomas Corrigan and William Hederman and Finbar O'Connell and Scott J Heffernan}, journal={International Journal of Colorectal Disease}, year={1991}, volume={6}, pages={184-187} }