Recently, the Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery of Pudong Hospital admitted to treating many patients with intestinal obstruction, and the culprit was "colorectal cancer."
Recently, Ms. Bao, who came to work in Shanghai from Fujian, went to Pudong Hospital for treatment because of her stomach bulge. At first, Ms. Bao didn't care too much, thinking that she had indigestion caused by eating too much dinner. However, after inquiring about the medical history and filming, the doctor found that Ms. Bao had been having fewer stools recently, and CT showed that a section of the large intestine was particularly swollen. The doctor informed Ms. Bao that she was suffering from intestinal obstruction and recommended hospitalization.
In this way, Ms. Bao was admitted to the Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery of Pudong Hospital. After fasting and rehydration treatment, Ms. Bao's gas and bowel movements returned to normal, and her abdominal distension was also significantly relieved. However, in the subsequent colonoscopy, it was discovered that the culprit of the intestinal obstruction was colon cancer. The cancer was located on the right side of the colon. Because of its large size, the intestinal tract was blocked, which caused the bowel obstruction and bloating. which performed.
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How to do? In the past, this situation requires emergency surgery to remove the tumor on the colon and relieve the intestinal obstruction. However, due to the large amount of excrement left in the intestine, complications are prone to occur. In addition, the elderly are old, suffering from high blood pressure and diabetes. At this time, emergency surgery is very risky, and fistulas are needed. After the excised wound grows up, perform another operation and remove the fistula.
So Director Quan urgently contacted Fu Baiqing, the director of the digestive endoscopy department who also belonged to the multidisciplinary team of gastrointestinal tumors. After the director Fu operated the colonoscope to insert the metal stent at the obstruction site, the old man went to the toilet to discharge a lot of feces, and the abdominal pain and bloating alleviated immediately. At the same time, through colonoscopy, it was confirmed that the uncle was suffering from rectal cancer. After perfect preparation, Director Quan Yingjun performed laparoscopic radical resection of rectal cancer for Uncle Zhu. The recovery is good.
"Pre-colon cancer may have symptoms such as bloating, discomfort, indigestion, etc., which can generally be relieved after treatment, but there will be changes in bowel habits and traits afterwards, such as constipation or increased stool frequency, alternating diarrhea and constipation, blood in the stool or mucus in the stool. They are all abnormal signs. Weight loss, lumps in the abdomen, frequent swelling of the anus, sudden changes in bowel habits, or anemia for which the cause cannot be found may also be warning signs of bowel cancer.
The Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery of Pudong Hospital Affiliated to Fudan University mainly conducts standardized diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal benign and malignant diseases, and is particularly good at standardized, minimally invasive, and individualized treatment of gastrointestinal malignant tumors; the department also conducts thyroid, hernia and anorectal operations. The department features minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of stomach, colorectal, anorectal, hernia, thyroid and other diseases, and is a professional team that integrates medicine, education and research into one comprehensive development. Special outpatient clinics for gastrointestinal, anorectal, hernia, thyroid, enterostomy, and biofeedback treatments are opened all year round. The department is characterized by laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery, which is minimally invasive, precise, painless, rapid recovery, and good curative effect.
Introduction of Doctor Quan Yingjun Team
The team is a professional team that features minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of stomach, colorectal, anorectal and hernia diseases, and integrates medical, teaching and research into one comprehensive development. Open gastrointestinal, anorectal, hernia, enterostomy, biofeedback treatment and other outpatient clinics throughout the year. The team features laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery, and conducts minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of the following diseases: early endoscopic diagnosis of colorectal cancer and gastric cancer, minimally invasive surgery and multidisciplinary comprehensive treatment; inguinal hernia, parastoma hernia, incisional hernia Minimally invasive surgical treatment of various internal and external abdominal hernias such as esophageal hiatal hernia; minimally invasive surgical treatment of acute abdomen caused by various types of intestinal obstruction, acute calculous cholecystitis, acute appendicitis, perforation of the digestive tract, abdominal trauma, etc.; Combined endoscopic and endoscopic treatment of polyps and gastrointestinal stromal tumors; diagnosis and surgical treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and intractable constipation; surgical treatment of severe prolapsed internal hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids; surgical treatment of complex anal fistulas; enterostomy Combined oral medical care and treatment; pelvic floor biofeedback treatment for constipation, functional anorectal pain, pelvic floor relaxation syndrome, fecal incontinence and impaired sphincter function after anorectal disease.
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