The tumor was cut by knife at the colon near the appendix, and it was colon cancer stage III. The knife edge is in the lower abdomen. The tumor and appendix were cut off during the operation. At present, the patient's living and mental state is OK, but there is a little dull pain under the knife edge. Is it back? Or did you hurt yourself by exercising hard
After colon cancer surgery, there may be hidden pain at the knife edge, which is not directly related to whether there is recurrence, or it may be an adverse reaction after surgery. If you want to see whether there is recurrence, you need to do chest and abdominal CT and other examinations.
Postoperative incision pain is a common reaction, which can not explain recurrence. Stage III colon cancer generally needs chemotherapy after operation. At the same time, it needs to be rechecked regularly after treatment. If there are no symptoms, recheck once every three months. If there are symptoms, you need to check at any time
According to your description, the patient is stage III colon cancer and has undergone resection of the tumor and appendix. At present, it has been 10 months. The main symptom is dull pain under the knife edge. This situation is not necessarily recurrence, but it should be combined with the examination results of tumor markers and abdominal CT. If necessary, colonoscopy can be done to make a clear diagnosis.