A colectomy is a surgery of the colon, which is a part of the large intestine. It is used to treat colon diseases like colon cancer, inflammation, diverticulitis, etc. In this surgery, a part of the colon which is damaged is removed by the surgeon. The surgeon may also remove the parts surrounding the infected colon and lymph nodes if required. The remaining parts are then stitched together or an opening outside the body is created. The surgery to create an opening outside the body is also known as colostomy.
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Q1. What are gastrointestinal cancers? A1. These are cancers that affect the gastrointestinal tract. These include cancers of esophagus, small and/or large intestine, stomach, pancreas, liver, g...View More
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