A Case Report on Carcinoma of rectum treated with Abdominal Perineal Resection
Colorectal cancer is third most common cancer in the western hemisphere and the incidence increase with increasing age. Colon cancer is a common malignancy that causes a significant number of deaths. However, it is potentially preventable through screening and highly curable with surgery alone when diagnosed at an early stage.
Case presentation: here we are mentioning in this case on physical examination and investigation it was found that He is 65 year old with post operative case off abdominal perennial resection. Patient admitted in AVBRH hospital. Patient was relatively asymptomatic before 1 year .then he complained Cramping abdominal pain and rectal bleeding with bright red blood a feeling of incomplete evacuation after a bowel movement anemia, fainting, and weight loss a change in bowel habits, such as diarrhea, constipation, or narrowing of the stool that lasts for more than a few days. To overcome this issue surgery was done. No bacterial growth observed the diagnosis was finalized by surgeon after expert surgical management and excellent nursing care. Patient was discharged from hospital with full satisfaction.
Conclusion : In this study we mainly focus on expert surgical management and excellent nursing care helped in managing the case very nicely. Overall patients response was positive for conservative and nursing management and after treatment patient was discharged without any postoperative complications.