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Posted On Friday 17th March 2017 10:43 AM


Colon cancer is killing worldwide population at an alarming rate. This cancer develops due to multiplication of malignant cells in the large intestine region (colon region), which is located at lower end of digestive system. Precise cause of colon cancer is still not known. But studies reveal that family history of the disease doubles up its chances of occurrence. Along with this, a sedentary lifestyle can also contribute to colon cancer. Top medical researchers estimate that around 150,000 new cases of this fatal disease will be diagnosed this year. This ratio may rise again in upcoming years.

Signs and Symptoms of Colon Cancer

Early diagnosis is the key to treating colon cancer successfully. Some of the major signs and symptoms of colon cancer are elaborated below.

  • Abdominal Problems - When patients suffer from abdominal pain, bloating, and cramps.
  • Bowel Habits - When patients experience significant changes in stool and severe constipation that lasts more than a month.
  • Diarrhea - Persisting diarrhea may be an indication of underlying colon cancer.
  • Heavy Bleeding - When patients experience heavy bleeding in the rectal region while passing stools.
  • Fatigue and Sudden Weight Loss - Factors like extreme tiredness and sudden weight loss can be linked to colon cancer.
  • Nausea or Vomiting Sensation - Patients may get vomiting sensation frequently, mostly after eating something.

Patients experiencing above-mentioned symptoms should seek a prompt appointment with a cancer specialist. Colon cancer treatment highly depend


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Posted On Monday 6th March 2017 11:38 AM


Spine supports our entire physical structure therefore problems related to spine can adversely affect all aspects of the body’s normal functioning. Robotic spinal surgery is at present the most accurate and efficient way of treating spinal injury. Ultimate goal of robot guided less invasive spinal surgery is to increase the chances of complete recovery for patients and to have a productive and active lifestyle. Spinal surgery has now evolved and more focus is being placed on minimizing trauma to the body during surgery and perform surgery through the use of minimally invasive techniques. The era of modern spinal surgery has drastically progressed over the past 15 to 20 years as a result of scientific research and advancements which include minimally invasive surgery, genetic testing, next generation spinal implants, stem cell research and the use of biologic agents to promote spinal healing.

Robot-Assisted Spine Surgeries

The most trusted and approved technology is the Mazor Renaissance Robot which allows both complex and minimally-invasive spine surgery procedures to be carried out with extreme precision, accuracy and efficiency.The robot rotates and bends its arm very smoothly on the spine in specific locations. This movement provides perfect and highly accurate guidance which is very important in ensuring ultimate efficiency and accuracy in the placement of implants. The doctor does all the physical activity involved with only the robot guiding.

Robotic spinal surgery is a procedure which will help facilitate successful outcomes. Among the spine procedures with which it can help include the following.

  • Adult degenerative scoliosis treatment   
  • Spinal fusion surgery
  • Minimally invasive spine surgeries
  • Spine biopsy for a spinal injury, infection or tumor
  • Correction of spina

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