Colorectal carcinoma (sigmoid)
Bleeding per rectum. Colonoscopy revealed a sigmoid colon growth.
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Mid sigmoid colon non circumferential enhancing mural growth with transerosal spread. Associated 2cm sigmoid mesocolic deposit with four to five subcentimetric pericolonic lymph nodes. Moderate pericolonic fat stranding with mild mesenteric fluid. No other distant abdominal spread.
A classic case of colorectal carcinoma that has breached all layers of the gut and deposited in the mesentery with local lymph node spread.