The risk of colorectal cancer with symptoms at different ages and between the sexes: a case-control study
Colorectal cancer is generally diagnosed following a symptomatic presentation to primary care. Although the presenting features of the cancer are well described, the risks they convey are less well known. This study aimed to quantify the risk of cancer for different symptoms, across age groups and in both sexes.
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BMC Medicine, 2009, Vol. 7, pp. 17
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