The first signs of intestinal cancer should be identified using instrumental methods of visual examination of the walls of the colon, with sounding or ray methods, without penetrating into the body.
The basis for assigning instrumental or laboratory studies are:
The competent vigilance of a general practitioner plays a critical role in the diagnosis of cancer during this period, as people turn to the therapist in the early stages of the disease in 70-90% of cases, often for reasons not related to cancer.
The doctor usually thinks about the possible layering of oncology with the appearance or intensification of the following subjective sensations in the patient (at least three at a time). Signs of bowel cancer:
Naturally, these signs are not an accurate indication of cancer, always take into account the patient’s suspicion, the individual threshold of pain sensitivity, and other clinically significant parameters for diagnosis. When the doctor confirms the patient’s complaints, the clinical, instrumental and laboratory studies clarify the diagnosis.
To list the first macro- and microscopic changes in the intestinal wall, which are found by diagnostic physicians in surveys, is inappropriate in this article since such knowledge is purely professional.
Oncological diseases are devious and unpredictable. Do not expect when signs of bowel cancer appear. About prevention, it is worth pondering in advance.
General recommendations concern the correction of lifestyle, including this: