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By David Beck

Thoroughly revised and improved to incorporate the newest technological advances, the second one variation illustrates key anatomical constructions, exam systems, and surgical strategies for correct prognosis, administration, and remedy of sufferers with colorectal disorders—providing unequaled insurance of varied equipment in preoperative instruction and review, soreness administration, sedation, and wound deal with stipulations similar to ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s ailment, diverticulitis, and colorectal carcinoma.

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1. Abdominal pain is usually quite specific, and the location of the pain is seldom referred to other areas. False; abdominal pain is usually ill defined and is often referred to areas on the surface removed from the site of pathology (pp. 32). 2. Tenesmus, the feeling of the urge to defecate, may accompany rectal cancer. True; this symptom may also be seen with inflammatory conditions or following pelvic irradiation (p. 32). 3. Melena always comes from an upper or proximal source, whereas bright red blood is always from benign anal conditions.

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