RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY HISTORY, BLOODY STOOL, PALPABLE MASS, ANEMIA, AND MSCT ABDOMEN AND KOLON CARSINOMA Cross-Sectional Study at Dr.Kariadi General Hospital in 2016

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Title RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY HISTORY, BLOODY STOOL, PALPABLE MASS, ANEMIA, AND MSCT ABDOMEN AND KOLON CARSINOMA Cross-Sectional Study at Dr.Kariadi General Hospital in 2016
 
Creator Malik, Ricat Hinaywan
Winarto, Winarto
Budijitno, Selamat
Sadhana, Udadi
Prajoko, Yan Wisnu
 
Subject Predictors; diagnosis; family history; bloody stool, palpable mass; anemia; MSCT abdomen; colon carcinoma
 
Description Background: Colon cancer, a colorectal cancer, is the third most common epithelial malignancy in the world. Family history, bloody stool, palpable mass, anemia, and abdominal MSCT are symptoms and signs of colon carcinoma. Objective: To determine the relationship between the 5 variables and the incidence of colon carcinoma at Dr. Kariadi Hospital, Semarang in 2016.Methods: a Cross-sectional observational analytical study using medical record (RM) and complementary primary data. The inclusion criteria were the complete medical record, and clinical diagnosis of suspected colon carcinoma. Data obtained from the department of Anatomy Pathology/PA (11,794 PA results) were traced to the medical record section (46 patients with suspected colon carcinoma). The incomplete data were confirmed by: contacting the patient/family, obtaining the archive in the laboratory and radiology resulting in 27 patients meeting the inclusion criteria. Analysis was done using chi-square test, Spearman-Kendall bivariate correlation, and logistic regression.Results: Abdominal MSCT was moderately associated with colon carcinoma (p = 0.003; r = 0.488), while family history, bloody stool, palpable mass, and anemia were not associated with colon cancer. Analysis between predictors of outcome: Bloody stool was moderately associated with anemia (p = 0.006; r = 0.411), and anemia was weakly associated MSCT (p = 0.035; r = 0.351). Abdominal MSCT was the predictive factor for colon carcinoma (p = 0.021).Conclusion: Abdominal MSCT was found to be associated with the incidence of colon carcinoma. Bloody stool was associated with anemia, and anemia was associated with abdominal MSCT. MSCT was the predictive factor for colon cancer.
 
Publisher Fakultas Kedokteran; Universitas Islam Sultan Agung (UNISSULA)
 
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Date 2018-11-11
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
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Identifier http://jurnal.unissula.ac.id/index.php/sainsmedika/article/view/2264
10.26532/sainsmed.v9i1.2264
 
Source Sains Medika: Jurnal Kedokteran dan Kesehatan; Vol 9, No 1 (2018): January - June 2018
2339-093X
2085-1545
10.26532/sainsmed.v9i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnal.unissula.ac.id/index.php/sainsmedika/article/view/2264/pdf
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Sains Medika
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