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May-August 2022| Vol 5| Issue 2

Commentary

Experience of surgeon - warrior - mother during COVID-19 pandemic

Introduction Surgery has conventionally been considered a very male-dominated specialty in spite of the increasing numbers of women who are graduating from medical schools over the yea...


Original Article

Ulcerated colorectal villous adenomas: A strong predictor of underlying malignancy

Introduction: Colorectal villous adenoma (VA) is the least common of all histological types of colorectal polyps, but it has the highest malignant potential. Adenoma–carcinoma sequence fo...


Surgical Technique

Transcolostomy colectomy: A stoma revision technique to treat complex stoma prolapse

Colostomies are commonly performed operation in colorectal surgery. These are not free of complications which vary from acute retraction, and malfunction to delayed stoma prolapse. Prolapse is an anno...


Case Report

Laparoscopic right hemicolectomy for 13 cm ileo ascending intussusception in a young female

Intussusception is relatively common in children in comparison to adult. Only 1% of adult shows symptoms of bowel obstruction, in which most of the cases, malignancy is responsible. Herein, I pres...


Case Report

Unusual finding of deodorant bottle in the rectum: An interesting case report

Rectal foreign body is not an uncommon encounter these days in the current medical practice. It usually occurs due to sexual eroticism, sexual abuse, assault, or rarely accidental involuntary insertio...


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Indian Journal of Colo-Rectal Surgery, a publication of Association of Colorectal Surgeons of India, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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