Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis and Therapeutic Updates


Author(s): Sankha Bhattacharya*, Shilpa Dawre* and Dyanesh Saindane *

Pp: 16-23 (8)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815040944122010007

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


 Histopathology involves the study of tissue samples using a microscope to understand the normal and abnormal contents of a given sample. Normal histology of colorectal areas, such as mucosa and muscular, is greatly altered during the development of cancer. Colorectal cancer can be divided into various grades during the histopathological examination of tissues, which shows the extent of invasion of tumour into the colon. This examination can also be used to understand the type of carcinoma in the colon. Many factors affect this histopathological study and many drawbacks can occur in grading systems that need to be improved.

Keywords: Alterations, Grading, Histopathology, Normal histology, Variant.

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