In a cross-sectional study aiming to investigate the anatomical distribution of colorectal cancer in a six years period, patients file were studied and 150 patients with colorectal cancer were selected based on age, gender, place of residency, place of anatomical tumor and biological symptom. The findings indicated that 91(59.9) of patients had adenocarcinum, 54 (35.5) pulyp and 7 (4.6) had other types. Of 91 patients with adenocarcinum, 61 (67.oo) were men and 30 (33.) were women. The mean age of patients was 52.7%. 71% Of patients had left sided tumor and the rest (29.) had right sided tumor.
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