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10/19/20
Progression of Colon Cancer - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Progression of Colon Cancer - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This multi-image medical exhibit shows the development and progression of an invasive cancerous tumor of the cecum of the large bowel. \r\nSpecifically shown are the following: 1. Normal cecum and layers of the bowel as describe in the Duke\'s tumor classification, 2. Progressive cut-sections through the bowel wall illustrating the tumor\'s growth from the mucosa, to the submucosa and finally through to the muscular and outer layers of the colon.

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