Clinicopathological Study of Colorectal Carcinomas

B. V. Hari Charan, Saumya Bandla, Shanthi Vissa, Viswanath Sai. P, Nandam Mohan RaoByna Shyam Sundara Rao, Bhavana Grandhi
2020 Saudi Journal of Pathology and Microbiology  
The aim of this study is reviewing the histopathological spectrum of malignant neoplastic lesions of the large intestine. Methods: This is a retrospective & prospective study carried out in the department of pathology from June 2017 to June 2019. The specimens from the medical and surgical gastroenterology department were studied. Variables like age, sex, tumor size, location, type of lesion, the histological pattern of patients were studied. Results: In the series of 140 patients of colorectal
more » ... neoplasm, the maximum number of patients presented in the fourth decade of life (34.28%) with a mean age of presentation at 53.7years.The youngest patient with adenocarcinoma was 24years (male) of age, and the oldest one was 80 years (male) of age. The male to female ratio was 1.12:1. The proportion of welldifferentiated carcinoma was highest in left side colon and rectum, whereas the incidence of moderately and poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma was higher on the right-side colon. Conclusion: Adenocarcinoma is the most common histological variant of colon carcinomas showing slight male preponderance and the most common site being rectum.
doi:10.36348/sjpm.2020.v05i01.005 fatcat:hkijfr2k6fbhvmkdfsqjrcqa2e