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Preventing Colon Polyps: Another Reason to Lose Those Holiday ... - Newswise (press release)



Preventing Colon Polyps: Another Reason to Lose Those Holiday ... 
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Being over ideal body weight has known risks with respect to heart and blood pressure problems, but the list is growing! In the January issue of Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, researchers from Seoul, Korea, studied nearly 3000 patients undergoing ...
Fatty liver index useful for predicting precancerous colon polyps Healio

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Preventing Colon Polyps: Another Reason to Lose Those Holiday Pounds! - Newswise (press release)



Preventing Colon Polyps: Another Reason to Lose Those Holiday Pounds! 
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Newswise ? Being over ideal body weight has known risks with respect to heart and blood pressure problems, but the list is growing! Being overweight can lead to the development of the ?metabolic syndrome.? This includes resistance to insulin and ...

 


Delaying colon cancer treatment may be beneficial for some patients ... - Bel Marra Health



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Delaying colon cancer treatment may be beneficial for some patients ... 
Bel Marra Health
A moderate delay in treatment from diagnosis,some patients may benefit from the extra time, being able to perform additional tests and preparation.

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Artificial Intelligence Advances Colonoscopy - Medscape



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Artificial Intelligence Advances Colonoscopy 
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In their prospective evaluation, Dr Mori and his colleagues found that the sensitivity of EndoBRAIN computer-aided endocytoscopy for the detection of neoplastic polyps exceeded 90%. And in a subanalysis of rectosigmoid colon polyps smaller than 5 mm ...

 


How AI is improving polyp detection - Becker's ASC Review



How AI is improving polyp detection 
Becker's ASC Review
... prevalence, and to further reduce the risk of interval colorectal cancers." In a separate presentation, Yuichi Mori, MD, of Shinagawa-ku, Japan-based Showa University, examined EndoBrain. EndoBrain uses AI to provide an automatic diagnosis at the ...

 


Your Healthy Family: Colon cancer screenings can save lives - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News



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Your Healthy Family: Colon cancer screenings can save lives 
KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Dr. Hoyer says there are clear guidelines when it comes to screenings for colon cancer. "Everyone age 50 or above should talk to their doctor about colon cancer screening. If some has a family history of colon cancer those individuals have a two to ...

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Physician talks colon and colorectal cancer after death of AR Sen. Greg Standridge - KATV



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Physician talks colon and colorectal cancer after death of AR Sen. Greg Standridge 
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Dr. Jonathan Laryea, associate professor of surgery in the Division of General Surgery at UAMS, has treated thousands of colon and colorectal cancer patients over the span of 17 years. "In general, colorectal cancer starts off as polyps,? said Dr ...

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Report: Marlins Laid Off A Hospitalized Scout Who Was Waiting For ... - Deadspin



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Report: Marlins Laid Off A Hospitalized Scout Who Was Waiting For ... 
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The Marlins, recently purchased an ownership group led by Derek Jeter, made the decision not to renew a team scout's employment contract earlier this month while the scout, Marty Scott, was hospitalized waiting for a kidney transplant following colon ...
Derek Jeter-led Marlins parted ways with scout while he was in hospital after undergoing cancer surgery Yahoo Finance
Miami Marlins scout says he was fired while in hospital for colon cancer surgery, awaiting transplant UPI.com
Marlins laid off scout who has cancer and needs kidney transplant Sporting News
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CU doctor's work on hereditary cancer took him halfway around the world to help a woman and her family - Omaha World-Herald



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CU doctor's work on hereditary cancer took him halfway around the world to help a woman and her family 
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People with the condition develop an increased number of colon polyps and an increased risk of colorectal cancer. The team shared the results and recommended screening. Williby had the gene and eventually developed the polyps. Now 62, he had part of ...

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Colon Cancer-Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment - Reports Healthcare



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Colon Cancer-Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment 
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The x-beam of the colon and rectum is then taken. The barium will seem white on the x-beam, and tumors and polyps will show up as dull diagrams. In the event that a biopsy proposes colon cancer, the specialist may arrange a chest x-beam, ultrasound, or ...

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