Information gathered from autopsy series shows small intestine being the commonest site of metastasis (28%) followed by Oesophagus (25%), Stomach (25%), Colon (19%) and Rectum
The study is the first to compare the bacterial loads of gonorrhea in the pharynx and the rectum
Endometriosis involving the colon and rectum
is left intact.
In this report, we studied i) the measurement of SGLT-1 gene expression in the biopsy epithelial tissue of rectum
, ii) the effect of the fasting condition to understand the physiological function of SGLT-1, and iii) the changes in gene expression under the grazing condition in the pasture, of SGLT-1 in the rectal epithelia of Japanese black beef cattle.
Contracting them prevents leakage of stool when fullness is felt in the rectum
Three sessile polyps ranging in size from 5 to 6 mm were seen in the rectum
and a 6 mm sessile polyp was present in the cecum (Fig.
Besides adenocarcinomas, there are other rare types of cancers of the large intestine, including carcinoid tumors found in the appendix and rectum
; gastrointestinal stromal tumors found in connective tissue in the wall of the colon and rectum
; and lymphomas, which are malignancies of immune cells in the colon, rectum
and lymph nodes.
, where rectal cancer occurs, is located at the end of the large intestine; it is about 7 inches long.
This cancer of the colon or rectum
is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer among California men, yet there's an optimistic survival rate if diagnosed early.
The Centers for Disease Control states: "N-9 can damage the cells lining the rectum
, thus providing a portal of entry for HIV and other sexually transmissible agents.
Cancers of the colon and rectum
(colorectal) are the fourth most commonly diagnosed cancers and rank second among cancer deaths in the United States.
A doctor uses a thin, flexible tube with a light (sigmoidoscope) to look inside the colon and rectum
for growths or abnormal areas.