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New protocol to treat anal fissures offers excellent results, without cutting the muscle.
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Nearly all cases of colorectal cancer begin with the growth of polyps, or benign growths of tissue, in the intestine. During colonoscopy, your doctor examines the inside of the rectum and entire colon through a flexible, lighted tube.
What's New in the Department of Surgery

New Faculty Highlight: P. Ravi Kiran, MBBS

P. Ravi Kiran, MBBS, brings unparalleled expertise in complex colorectal surgery
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©2012 Intuitive Surgical, Inc Robotic instruments provide excellent range-of-motion with stability and precision during surgery.
What's New in the Department of Surgery

New Faculty Profile: Steven Lee-Kong, MD

Colorectal Surgery – New surgeon brings expertise in robotic colorectal surgery.
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Dr. Ravi P. Kiran discusses NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center's Colorectal Cancer Awareness Day event.
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Researchers at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center are conducting a clinical trial to test whether an exercise and diet weight loss program can help overweight colon or rectal cancer survivors reach a healthy body weigh. The National Cancer Institute-funded research study offers nutrition counseling and free membership to a weight loss facility to help women who have had colon or rectal cancer reach a healthy body weight in one year.
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What's New in the Department of Surgery

Department of Surgery Prioritizes Access to Care

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