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SEAJCRR. 2014; 3(5): 909-917

A Prospective Study of 100 Case of Colonoscopic finding in a Patients of Colorectal Disorder

Dr. Hitesh Chitroda, Dr.Samir Shah, Dr.Firduas Dekhaiya, Dr.Bhavesh Astik, Dr.Sandip Parmar.

Background: Colo-rectal disorders mainly consist of ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s colitis, malignancy, polyp, Diverticular disease, stricture, tuberculosis hemorrhoids, anal fistula, and fissure. Now a Days introduction of ultrasound and color Doppler with colonoscopy and virtual colonoscopy increases the diagnostic as well as therapeutic value.
Aims and Objectives: Study the commonly encountered cases of colo-rectal disorders and their management and regular follow-up. To predict the prognosis, to do colonoscopy guided biopsy for detecting of colorectal carcinoma and a screening tool for every patient of age more than >50 years.
Materials and Methods: We have selected 100 patients had acomplain of abdominal pain, discharge in stool, constipation, diarrhea and screening of known case of inflammatory bowel disease and malignancy. Pre operative bowel preparation was done.
Results: Male (58%) are more affected than female (42%) in colorectal disorders. During colonoscopy 55% patients having normal colonoscopy finding, 30% having colitis, 7% having malignancy, 4% having a polyp.
Conclusion: Colonoscopy has very useful diagnostic and therapeutic advantages in detecting and treating colonic pathologies.

Key words: Colonoscopy, colorectal disorder

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