Metachronous colorectal malignancies.

Abstract

Colorectal cancers (CRC) diagnosed 6 months after primary surgery for colorectal tumors are defined as metachronous CRC. Colonoscopy is the only reliable investigation for diagnosis. Favourable prognosis and survival is seen after conservative resection for metachronous CRCs. Clear guidelines are available for identification of CRCs after primary resection… (More)

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