Colorectal (Bowel) Cancer

Colorectal (Bowel) Cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in Australia. It’s incidence appears to be slowly increasing and the risk of developing bowel cancer before the age of 85 is 1 in 12. Fortunately many cases of bowel cancer are curable and surgery has advanced over the last couple of decades so that the majority of cancers can be removed using a laparoscopic (“keyhole”) technique so recovery from the surgery is quicker and a stoma (“bowel bag”) can be avoided.

For an information sheet answering common questions about bowel cancer produced by the CSSANZ please click the button below.

Information Sheet

For an information sheet about surveillance after bowel cancer produced by the CSSANZ please click the button below.

Information Sheet

Mr Eugene Ong is able to manage your condition using the latest surgical techniques with a comprehensive multidisciplinary team including radiation oncologists and oncologists as required. Please click on the buttons below to find out more about the procedures he performs for these conditions.

Bowel ResectionTEMSRobotic SurgeryLaparoscopic Surgery

For more information on Colorectal Cancer, please click on the button below to be taken to the ASCRS website.

ASCRS

To find out more about screening of Colorectal Cancer, please click on the buttons below to be taken to the NBCSP and/or ASCRS website.

To find out more about surveillance of Colorectal Cancer, please click on the button below to be taken to the ASCRS website.

Mr Eugene Ong is able to perform a colonoscopy for patients with positive faecal occult blood tests (FOBT), screening and surveillance purposes. Please click on the button below.

Colonoscopy
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