The rapid rate of development in the fields of prevention, early detection and management for colorectal cancer means that the successful first edition of this accessible guide has needed to be updated and revised throughout. Primary care physicians and specialists alike will continue to find this an indispensable synopsis of the issues and options.Surveillance colonoscopy may be less effective in this group and so small adenomas, in $ome countries, present a possibly unnecessary burden. ... The Costs of eridoscopic Screening will be Considerable, due to the cost of the initial screening test and the competition for ... hydrated Hemoccult from the Minnesota controlled trial of Screening (90.4% and 92.2%, respectively), the likelihood ratio is 12.
|Title||:||Colorectal Cancer in Clinical Practice|
|Author||:||Bernard Levin, Paul Rozen, Stephen J. Spann, Graeme P. Young|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2005-11-23|