Understanding Colon Cancer

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Index
Abdomen, 67
Abdomino-perineal resection, 73, 75, 76, 80
Aberrant crypt foci, 14, 27, 99
Abscess, 75, 78
Addison disease, 5
Adenine, 28
Adenocarcinoma, 7, 25, 57, 60, 61, 62, 116
Adenoma, 7, 14, 24, 25, 26, 101, 110
villous, 51
Adhesion, 75
Adhesiveness, cell, 26
Adjuvant therapy, 82—87
Advil. See Ibuprofen
Africa, 4
Africans, 94
AIDS, 92
AJCC Group Staging Criteria, 59, 60
Albumin, 53—54
Alcohol, 7, 98
Aleve, 100
Allergy, 86
Alopecia, 85
Alpha-1-antitrypsin enzyme deficiency, 28
American Gastroenterological Association, 103
American Joint Committee for Cancer Staging and End Results Reporting, 57
American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, 107 table 9.1
Amino acids, 22
Ammonia, 21
Amsterdam criteria, 12—13, 110
Anal canal, 17
Anal sphincter, 31
Anal verge, 60, 76
Anastomosis, 67, 72, 74, 75, 80
ileorectal, 78
ileosigmoid, 78
Anastomotic leak, 74
Anemia, 32—34, 50, 57, 85
iron deficiency, 32
macrocytic, 33
normocytic, 33
Aneuploidy, 63
Angiogenesis, 65, 66, 101
Annular, 38, 46
Anoscopy, 43
Anterior resection, 72, 80
Antibiotic(s), 74, 85
Antibodies, 34
monoclonal, 86, 118—19
Anti-emetic, 85
Antigens, 34
Antihistamine(s), 85
Antioxidants, 98
Anus, 30, 52, 60, 73
Anzemet, 86
Aorta, 19, 69, 70
APC gene, 10, 26, 101, 103, 122
Apoptosis, 24, 27, 66, 101
Appendicitis, 51
Appendix, 17, 20, 70, 78
Appetite loss, 53
Apple-core appearance, 38
AP resection. See Abdominoperineal resection
Arachidonic acid, 100
Arteries, 19
coronary, 117
hemorrhoidal, 20

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Understanding Colon Cancer
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Table of contents

  • Understanding Colon Cancer *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • 1 - Who Gets Colon Cancer and Why *
  • 2 - The Colon *
  • 3 - How Colon Cancer Develops *
  • 4 - The [look] of Colon Cancer *
  • 5 - The [feel] of Colon Cancer *
  • 6 - Stages and Prognosis of Colon Cancer *
  • 7 - Surgical Treatment of Colon Cancer *
  • 8 - Treatment of Later Stages of Colon Cancer *
  • 9 - Prevention *
  • 10 - The Future *
  • Appendix *
  • Glossary *
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