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Challenging Cases in Surgical Oncology: Colorectal Disease in the Setting of Unanticipated Hereditary Syndrome
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What course of treatment would you choose?

A 56 year-old male presents with a change in bowel function, caliber narrowed. PMH: None PSH: None FH: Father had colon cancer at age 88. SH: Rocket scientist at NASA. His colonoscopy: palpable rectal mass at 5cm form verge, numbers rectal/colon polyps left in situ (estimate ~30-50, biopsies show sessile serrated). Moderately differentiated, MMR-proficient.

Join the presentation of the additional details of this case, as well as another one about rectal cancer, to hear how surgical oncology experts from SSO's Colorectal Disease Site Work Group consider treatment options. Bring your questions especially if you have a similar case.

Target Audience: Residents, Fellows, Young Attendings

Karyn Stitzenberg, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina
Nader Hanna, MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Seth Felder, MD, Moffitt Cancer Center
Availability: No future session
Cost: FREE
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