Colorectal Cancer Surgery – What You Need To Know

Patients with potentially curable colorectal cancer can gain shining results with a properly performed surgery. In the majority of such cases, a surgical operation involves removal, or resection, of the primary cancer and the lymph nodes surrounding it.

There are a number of different types of surgical procedures that are used in the treatment and management of colorectal cancer. The appropriate procedure is recommended by doctors based on the size and spread of the cancer.

Surgical Management of Colorectal Cancer

There are several options when it comes to the surgical treatment and management of colorectal cancer. Here is a brief look at them to give you an idea of the alternatives you have:

As you can see, there are many options that you can choose from when it comes to surgery for colorectal cancer. You can have a discussion with your doctor to find the best type of surgery for your particular case to ensure the best possible results.

At Desert West Surgery, we have a team of highly qualified and skilled medical professionals and staff to provide you with the best care. Our oncological surgeon, Dr. Wydell Williams is an outstanding surgeon with years of experience. Our goal is to make sure that you get the medical treatment that you need and deserve in a warm and friendly environment where you can always feel safe and secure. If you or a loved one may be suffering from colorectal cancer and need surgery, call 702-383-4040 and schedule your appointment with Dr. Williams.

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