Colorectal Surgery Patients
Rectal bleeding is common and can occur due to either benign or malignant disease. Rectal bleeding often requires a full evaluation of the colon and rectum to identify the cause and direct treatment.
At City of Hope, the most advanced techniques are available to evaluate and treat all causes of rectal bleeding.
Rectal pain can occur in both benign and malignant disorders. The subspecialists in the Division of Colorectal Surgery at City of Hope are experts in evaluating and treating all causes of rectal pain using the most advanced techniques available.
Abdominal pain can have many causes and requires a multidisciplinary team to evaluate and treat. City of Hope’s Division of Colorectal Surgery is home to a complete team of specialists and subspecialists with expertise in abdominal pain and the latest in gentler techniques to pinpoint the cause and personalize treatment.
Diarrhea can have many causes, including infection and cancer. At City of Hope, we have a team of specialists to evaluate and treat all causes of diarrhea.
An anal or rectal mass can be benign or malignant. Specialists in City of Hope’s Division of Colorectal Surgery are experts in evaluating and treating all causes of anal and rectal masses.
Anal or rectal prolapse occurs when part of the intestines slides out of the anal sphincter. This condition can be caused by both benign and malignant disorders.
The specialists at City of Hope’s Division of Colorectal Surgery have the expertise to evaluate and treat all causes of anal and rectal prolapse with the latest surgical techniques.