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Mini Review - Journal of Cancer Clinical Research (2023) Volume 6, Issue 1

The possibility of bowel metastasis in patient of cervical cancer

Bowel metastasis refers to the spread of cancer from the original site of cervical cancer to the bowel. While uncommon, bowel metastasis can occur in patients with cervical cancer, particularly in advanced cases. In these cases, cancer cells can invade the wall of the bowel, leading to a range of symptoms and complications. Studies have shown that the risk of bowel metastasis in patients with cervical cancer increases with the stage of the cancer, as well as with the presence of other factors such as lymph node involvement and tumor size. Symptoms of bowel metastasis may include abdominal pain, changes in bowel habits, and bleeding from the rectum. Author(s): Takushi Satoshi

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