Clinical presentation in our study showed that majority cases were stool for occult blood
Fenger, "A randomised study of screening for colorectal cancer using faecal occult blood
testing: results after 13 years and seven biennial screening rounds," Gut, vol.
A fecal occult blood
test is done at home by swiping a tiny amount of stool onto a card for three consecutive days and delivering it to your doctor's office or sending to a laboratory.
Gastroscopy following a positive fecal occult blood
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Cochrane systematic review of colorectal cancer screening using the fecal occult blood
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The univariate analysis results [Table 3] indicated that factors associated with CKD in the aircrew members were abnormal occult blood
in the urine, abnormal urobilinogen, high total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, and high total bilirubin.
One of the proposed screening strategies is the survey with high sensitivity ([greater than or equal to] 70%) fecal occult blood
In this issue of the Journal, Kok and colleagues (4) report a study on the diagnostic accuracy of point-of-care tests (POCTs) (6) for fecal calprotectin and occult blood
in primary care and assessing what they term "organic bowel disease." A qualitative immunochemical fecal occult blood
test was used.
This is based on the finding that population screening using biennial faecal occult blood
testing has demonstrated a 16% reduction in mortality from colorectal cancer (2).
Patients are less likely to comply with colorectal cancer screening if physicians recommend only colonoscopy than if they offer a choice of colonoscopy or fecal occult blood
testing, a study has shown.
The technique is known as the faecal occult blood