Outcome in patients with early colorectal carcinoma.


Twenty-four patients seen between 1978 and 1990 with early colorectal carcinoma were reviewed to determine the outcome of surgical treatment. The mean age was 62 (range 35-79) years; there were 16 men and eight women. The site of the tumour was the ascending colon in two patients, sigmoid colon in ten and rectum in 12. The polypoid and flat-elevated… (More)


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