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The average price of rectal resection is $19400, the minimum price is $3750, and the maximum price is $34200.
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Riccardo Rosati
Surgical oncologist Gastrointestinal surgeon
Milan , Italy
San Raffaele Hospital
4.5
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Milan, Italy
San Raffaele Hospital
36 years of experience
Professor Riccardo Rosati is the Head of the Gastrointestinal Surgery (GI) Department in the San Raffaele Research Hospital. Leads one of the most recognized “High Volume Centers” for esophageal surgery in Italy. His department has extensive experience in open and minimally invasive surgery of the d ...
Michele Reni
Clinical oncologist
Milan , Italy
San Raffaele Hospital
4.5
( 30 reviews )
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Milan, Italy
San Raffaele Hospital
Professor Michele Reni is an experienced medical oncologist with over 30 years of practice based in Italy. Expert in pancreatic adenocarcinoma, gastro-esophageal cancers, and central nervous system tumors. Coordinator of Italian Association of Medical Oncology (AIOM) guidelines for treatment and man ...
Shaunak Valame
Clinical oncologist
Nashik , India
HCG Manavata Cancer Centre
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Nashik, India
HCG Manavata Cancer Centre
Dr. Shaunak completed his MD in Internal Medicine from Shyam Shah Medical College, Rewa (2012-15) followed by a Senior Residency in the same department. He worked as Registrar in Medical Oncology in Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Bhopal (2016-17) He has completed his DNB, Medi ...
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FAQ about Rectal resection

Fahad Mawlood

Medical editor

15.06.2017 · Updated 28.10.2019

Rectal cancer management depends on the extent of tumor, its stage and proximity to the anus. In most cases, surgeons preserve patient’s quality of life and ability to carry out self-care. The success rate of tumor treatment in early stages is up to 98%.

Rectal cancer diagnostics

Physicians utilize the following diagnostic methods to determine tumor size, its location and metastatic spread:

  • PET-CT scan;
  • MRI;
  • biopsy;
  • ultrasound;
  • palpation;
  • anoscopy.
  • physical exam;

Indications and contraindications for rectal cancer surgery

There are following indications for rectal tumor surgery:

  • the tumor is operable;
  • the procedure doesn’t pose any risks to patient’s health;
  • cancer is localized in the rectum;
  • chemo- and radio therapies do not yield needed effect.

Contraindications for the operation include:

  • poor overall health condition of a patient;
  • cancer has spread to other organs;
  • severe infections (HIV, hepatitis);
  • blood pathologies that may affect clotting (anemia).

Types of rectal cancer surgery

Surgery is the main and the most effective tumor treatment option. The type of preferred operation depends on tumor localization and its size.

  • Local resection surgery is performed for patients with early stages of cancer. The tumor and margin tissues around it are removed. This operation is performed without making incisions - through patient’s anal cavity. The procedure doesn’t put patient’s body under much stress and preserves all its functions. Postoperative recovery in a hospital takes up to 1 week. After the operation, physicians study the margin tissue to determine whether cancer was removed completely.
  • Abdominoperineal resection also referred to as APR for rectal cancer. Physicians perform this operation for patients with late stages of the disease, when other management options are ineffective. During the procedure, a part of patient’s colon, rectum, and anus are removed. In some cases surgeons also remove adjacent lymph nodes while performing APR for rectal cancer to prevent cancer spreading. This rectal cancer surgery is complex, performed under general anesthesia. Surgeons make an incision in patient’s abdomen to access cancerous focus points. Then surgeons make an opening in the stomach and connect the end of the bowel to it. It is called a stoma. A special bag is attached to the opening for stool collection. This way patients will be able to empty their stomachs.
  • Low anterior resection, also known as LAR rectal cancer surgery. During this operation, physicians remove tumors in the upper part of the rectum. It is applied for stage 1 cancer, rarer - for stages 2-3. During the intervention, a part of the rectum containing tumor is removed. The colon is then sewn to the remaining part of the rectum. Patients who don’t require colostomy after the procedure may need ileostomy. This manipulation has the same intent as colostomy but is completely reversible. Patients need it for a period of up to 8 weeks while the rectum recovers after LAR rectal cancer surgery. The operation is performed by a team of surgeons in 2-3 hours. A patient stays under general anesthesia. Hospitalization lasts for up to 7 days, rehabilitation takes 4-7 weeks.

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