Rectal cancer is diagnosed by Proctosigmoidoscopy thin tube equipped with a camera to examine your rectum and the lower part of your colon. Endorectal ultrasound. This is done using a thin probe that emits sound waves to create images. Colonoscopy long, thin tube equipped with a camera to examine the inside of your rectum and your entire colon. Imaging tests: X-ray, CT scan, MRI and positron emission tomography (PET) scan.
Related Journals of Rectal Cancer Diagnosis
Journal of Cancer Diagnosis,Cancer Science & Therapy,Oncology & Cancer Case Reports,Cancer Surgery Journal,Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery, Current Colorectal Cancer Reports, Open Colorectal Cancer Journal.