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Colorectal cancer screening

Publication ,  Journal Article
Garman, KS; Provenzale, D
August 31, 2010

Colorectal cancer screening is an important mission for a practicing gastroenterologist. Several different screening modalities are available: Fecal occult blood test, fl exible sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy, barium enema, and, more recently, CT - colonography and stool DNA tests. The physician is charged with weighing the pros and cons of the different screening methods and selecting the most appropriate method for each patient.

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August 31, 2010

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212 / 218
 

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Garman, K. S., & Provenzale, D. (2010). Colorectal cancer screening, 212–218.
Garman, K. S., and D. Provenzale. “Colorectal cancer screening,” August 31, 2010, 212–18.
Garman KS, Provenzale D. Colorectal cancer screening. 2010 Aug 31;212–8.
Garman, K. S., and D. Provenzale. Colorectal cancer screening. Aug. 2010, pp. 212–18.
Garman KS, Provenzale D. Colorectal cancer screening. 2010 Aug 31;212–218.

Publication Date

August 31, 2010

Start / End Page

212 / 218