Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is the most common cancer of the digestive system. For this reason, for early diagnosis, people who do not have any complaints should have a colonoscopy starting from the age of 45. If no problem is observed, a colonoscopy every 10 years is sufficient. If a problem such as a polyp is observed, it should be checked every 2-3 years, depending on the type.

Symptoms of large intestine cancer include alternating periods of constipation and diarrhea, rectal bleeding or bloody stools, occult blood in the stool, iron deficiency anemia without any other cause, abdominal bloating, gas retention, inflammatory bowel disease treatment for more than 10 years. These are situations such as seeing many polyps in the large intestine.


The uses of this model for the diagnosis of small intestine diseases are;

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (Crohn’s disease diagnosis and follow-up)

[When endoscopy and imaging methods cannot be applied, there is no diagnosis and there is no intestinal obstruction]

In the diagnosis of occult digestive system bleeding and/or Chronic Anemia

In the diagnosis of Polyposis Syndromes

Diagnosis of Celiac disease and malabsorption syndromes in children and developmental delay