Each patient receives an individual treatment of bowel cancer plan. Besides, it takes into account the location of a tumour, its size, prevalence, the general condition of the patient and their characteristics. Several types of oncology of the intestine include superficial, localised or metastasising.
Medics select preoperative examinations and treatments individually for each case. For example, with rectal cancer, it may be advisable to perform external radiation therapy first or combine it with chemotherapy to reduce the size of a tumour and reduce the risk of its local recurrence (relapse).
Surgery is the only effective way to treat colon and rectum cancer. Besides, clinics prioritise operations for patients with cancer. They do all necessary pre-operational examinations promptly, for example, scanning.
Surgeons can carry the operation out without delay and do that as safely as possible, thanks to the well-coordinated work of the patient’s physician, who coordinates the nurses and medical staff.
The ideal pattern of colonic treatments includes three alkalising colon hydrotherapy treatments with sodium bicarbonate, one anti-parasitic implant on the first treatment, one liver and gall bladder stimulating herbal implant on the second treatment, and high strength probiotic implant on the third colonic.
Modern operative methods show better results in tumour removal procedures with minimal blood loss. Undoubtedly improves the patient’s quality of life.
Only its upper part in the case of colorectal cancer depends on the definition of tumour localisation during the operation. In this case, it becomes necessary to install the stoma. After the surgery, the pathologist carefully examines the removed cancerous tumour. That includes a study for metastasis in the lymph nodes.
After carrying out a surgical operation to treat bowel cancer, the patient required mandatory medication. Doctors always select these treatments individually. In the case of rectal cancer, medics usually perform radiation therapy before surgery. It is necessary to reduce the risk of local tumour recurrence.
Colonic irrigation in our clinic in London helps prevent the development of malignant neoplasms and has the patient avoid any need for treating bowel cancer. Always address experts for more information and keep your body healthy.