Outcomes of laparoscopic colon cancer surgery in a population-based cohort in British Columbia: are they as good as the clinical trials?
An investigation carried out in British Columbia to see whether there is a difference between lap-assisted colectomy (LAC) and open colectomy (OC).
An assessment of the the efficacy of pre-operative chemoradiation (CRT) with radiotherapy (RT) alone before surgery in the treatment of locally advanced, non-metastatic rectal surgery.
There are exciting things happening in the world of coloproctology. BDRF will be publishing regular updates about developments in colorectal surgery. You can learn about comparative research of clinical trials, different surgical methods, and much more.
In 2009, Christopher Johnson, was a young, fit and healthy 33 year old. After returning from a family holiday in Florida, he was admitted into hospital for severe abdominal pain. What transpired was an unusual case of diverticular disease localised to a short portion of his bowel.
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