Source: Romanian Journal of Medical Practice. We have analyzed rectal cancer local excision case of a year old patient with rectal bleeding, diarrhea, and rectal tenesmus. The colonoscopy revealed a rectal tumor located at 10 cm from anal-rectal limit.
A biopsy was taken from the tumor: rectal cancer local excision differentiated adenocarcinoma. CEA and CA There was performed rectal resection with end-to-end colonic - rectal anastomosis with Stapler Postoperatively, pathological examination: rectal adenocarcinoma NOS with low degree of malignancy G2 - moderately differentiated, diffuse infiltration to the musculature, without metastasis in regional nodes only identified 5completely excised surgically - it was classified as pT2pNo G2 stage.
Postoperatively, the patient did not perform oncology treatment.
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Colonoscopy which was performed 1 year after surgery, revealed a bleeding tumor located at the anastomosis level. Biopsies were taken from the anastomosis tumor.
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The rectal cancer local excision confirms the local recurrence of invasive adenocarcinoma. Milles rectum amputation is decided and practiced. Postoperatively the patient performs oncological treatment.
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