Colon Polyps

Colon cancer: Essential facts

The large intestine is about one to one-and-a-half meter long. It is part of the intestinal canal which is between the small intestine and the rectum. A sphincter between the small…

By: Institute for Cancer Genetics and Informatics
Colon Cancer: From Polyp to Malignancy

Colorectal cancer is unique. Why? Unlike other cancers, it’s potentially preventable. Let’s take a tour through an inflatable colon to learn a little more. Polyps are precancerous fleshy…

By: RHIhub
LIVE IT: Fight Colon Cancer with Dried Fruit

(upbeat pop music) ♫ Live it ♫ I'm gonna live it ♫ Live it - Many of you may remember being told as a child to eat your greens because they'll make you healthy and strong. -…

By: LLUHealth
The Fiber Myth - Belly Fat versus Intestinal Bloating

Let's talk about the fiber myth. This may occur with you, or a friend or a family member that you know, where their stomach is sticking out and they have belly fat, but it looks…

By: Dr. Eric Berg DC
How Often Should I Have a Colonoscopy?

Dr. Mark F. Kozloff: Colonoscopy should be done starting at the age of 50 as a screening procedure. The recommendations at the present time are to having done approximately every 10…

By: Colon Cancer Answers
Robotic Surgery | FAQ with Dr. Alisa Coker

(thoughtful music) Many patients are concerned that robotic surgery means a robot is operating on you and a surgeon is less involved. I think the most important point to understand…

By: Johns Hopkins Medicine