The Profile of Colonoscopy at Wangaya Regional General Hospital, Bali, Indonesia from January 2018 to December 2018Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2021-08-05
Authors : Erlyne Tan; Putu Ayu Eramitha H.N; I Made Suma Wirawan;
Page : 224-226
Keywords : Colonoscopy; Diagnosis; Haemorrhoid; Colorectal Cancer; Risk Factor;
Background: Colonoscopy is a low-risk examination that allows visualization of the entire colon and the terminal portion of the ileum as well as visually and therapeutically. This study aims to determine the colonoscopy profile at Wangaya Regional General Hospital, Bali from the period January 2018 to December 2018. Methods: This was a descriptive retrospective study using taking secondary data of patients from medical record Department Wangaya Regional General Hospital Denpasar. Results: The highest proportion based on age is age 60 ? 69 years old (26, 15%). While incidence rate is higher at male than female. About 33, 1% of patients underwent colonoscopy have a normal result. Internal haemorrhoid is the most frequent case (23, 94%) followed by colorectal tumour (23, 24 %). Internal haemorrhoid happens most common in the group age of 60 ? 69 years old. While in colorectal tumour happens most common in the group age of 60 ? 69 years old. Conclusion: The profile?s proportion in Wangaya Regional General Hospital based on age is highest at the age of 60 to 69 years old. The incidence is higher in male rather than female. The highest abnormal findings in colonoscopy at our study are internal haemorrhoid and colorectal cancer.
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