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LESION IN RECTUM
Are all lesions cancers? Patient has T1 and T2 isointense lesion near rectum.. Can haemorroids/ SRUS which patient already has be mistaken for lesions in MRI? Doctor who is doing treatment is unbothered Some oncologist was consulted.. he is also not bothered
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Dear user Malignancy needs to be ruled out Consider a surgical oncologist and Gastroenterologist
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Recto sigmoidoscopy
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