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Had colon cancer, rectum removed by chemo and radiation. Went to doctor to close colostromy bag but removed almost all large intestine due to cancer spread. Having jaundice after surgery. Further treatment?

My sister having a colon cancer. The rectum is removed in June 2011 following by chemo and radiation and in feb 2012 she comes to doctor to close the colostromy bag but when doctors opened her stomach they removed almost all large intestine due to cancer spread. now she has jaundice after surgery. What can we do for her
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Oncologist 's  Response
I think in this case an abdominal CT or MRI and a CEA blood test should be performed as soon as possible.
Answered: Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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Oncologist, Radiation Dr. Rushi Panchal's  Response
jaundice in known case of Colon/rectum can gives us clue to spread in to liver, so get done Sonography of liver to see any lesion of spread there and also Blood liver function test,.
Answered: Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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