Oncology: bowel cancer or a colon tumour is a dangerous disease that requires comprehensive treatment.
The determination of the diagnostic method remains with doctors. They most often use colonoscopy with biopsy and analysis for internal bleeding. Pathological examination of tissue fragments is mandatory for diagnosing a polyp or cancer of the rectum and colon.
Without pathological studies, it is impossible to distinguish a benign tumour (adenoma) from a malignant (carcinoma). The quality of pathological research is of tremendous importance since the error in its implementation costs the patient’s life. The tumour marker CEA (cancer-embryonic antigen) allows monitoring of the disease with high efficiency.
Oncology: bowel cancer is diagnosed by the most informative method for the study of PET-CT(Positron emission tomography-computed tomography) in the following cases:
Colon irrigation and comprehensive consultation with a professional colon hydrotherapist registered with RICTAT and ARCH at the Parkland Clinic in Holborn. We use a closed system only—London’s best colonic hydrotherapy deal.
When the diagnosis of bowel cancer and the tumour stage is beyond doubt, the consultation of experts at the oncological conference decides the treatment tactics. Doctors may use surgical treatment or irradiation of a tumour before and after surgery. They also carry out chemotherapy following internationally accepted standards.
Rectal cancer does not show specific symptoms. Colon cancer may also not show symptoms. The manifestation of signs of colorectal cancer depends on the stage of the disease. Thus, intestinal cancer may not show any symptoms and may have the following alerts:
Cancer shows signs more clearly as a tumour grows than in the initial stage.
Parkland Natural Health offers colon hydrotherapy with an anti-parasitic implant and bicarbonate of soda as an anti-candida agent. It includes comprehensive consultation.
Symptoms to suspect cecum cancer include dizziness, tachycardia, general weakness, discolouration of faeces and rectal bleeding. Usually, aching and constant pain in the right lower abdomen accompanies carcinoma of the cecum.
Oncology: bowel cancer is one of the most common gastrointestinal tumours. For the prevention of pathology, doctors recommend monitoring the state of your health, as well as carrying out colonic irrigation.