It is believed that with early diagnosis, 90% patients with bowel cancer can be cured. Therefore, early diagnosis plays a very important role in bowel cancer.
Colonoscopy is currently the most reliable method for early detection of bowel cancer. During colonoscopy, it is possible to detect and, in some cases, remove polyps, which are a precancerous stage, during the same examination. Therefore, colonoscopy is not only a study for the early detection of bowel cancer, but it can also prevent the development of bowel cancer at the precancerous stage. Many experts therefore strongly recommend the use of colonoscopy as a means of prevention.
An intestinal tumor does not grow from today to tomorrow, but very slowly - over the course of years. Most of the time, people don't notice it. Nevertheless, the body sends some signals that you need to pay attention to. Since they can indicate the presence of a tumor in the intestine.
Head of the Clinic of Complex Oncology
Head of the Clinic of Oncology, Hematology and Palliative Medicine
Head of the Clinic of Gastroenterology and Internal Diseases
Head of the Clinic for General and Visceral Surgery
Head of the Clinic for General, Visceral, Thoracic and Endocrine Surgery
Head of the Clinic for Radiation Therapy and Radiological Oncology