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This lecture reviews common colorectal health issues including how and when to screen for colon cancer as well as how to prevent and treat common anorectal disorders.
This lecture was originally presented for the August 2017 MedTalk ND Lecture Series.
Jeffrey V. Manchio, MD, FACS earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his general surgery residency at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor. He obtained his colon and rectal surgery fellowship training through the Indiana University/Kendrick Colon & Rectal Center. In addition, he received one year of plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic. Specializing in colon and rectal surgery at Colorectal Health NW in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Manchio has clinical interest in treating colorectal cancer, anorectal disorders, fecal incontinence, and performing colonoscopy. He also specializes in minimally invasive surgery, including the da Vinci robotic technique and transanal minimally invasive surgery.
2 general CEUs approved by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM).
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