Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer For patient appointments, call 314-454-7177. Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Faculty Patient CarePatient Care Colon Cancer Prevention & Screening Colorectal Cancer Surgeons offer advice on colorectal conditions Colonoscopy Low Anterior Resection Syndrome COPE Center Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgical Excision Crohn’s Disease Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery Ulcerative Colitis Refer a Patient Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Patient Forms Communicate securely with your physician’s office Colorectal Surgery Services at a Glance Inherited Colorectal Cancer RegistryInherited Colorectal Cancer Registry What is Inherited Colorectal Cancer? Disease Risks & Screening in FAP Patients FAQsFAQs Family Histories & Family Trees Registry OverviewRegistry Overview What is the purpose of a registry? How do I enroll? Does it cost anything? Do I need to do anything? Meet Our Team Helpful Links Research Education Patient FAQsPatient FAQs Anal Fissure Anal Itching (Pruritus ani) Anal warts (condyloma acuminata) Carcinomatosis Colon Cancer Colonoscopy Colorectal Cancer Constipation Crohn’s disease Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis Fecal Incontinence Hemorrhoids Inflammatory Bowel Disease Pelvic Floor Disorders Rectal Cancer Rectal Prolapse Ulcerative colitis News Contact UsContact Us Virtual Visits Locations New Patients Return Patients Request an Appointment Open Search Now offering virtual visits Washington University Colon and Rectal Surgery is committed to helping you manage your health and is now offering virtual patient visits. To learn more, please visit Washington University Physicians. To schedule a virtual visit with a specialist, please call 314-454-7177 or request an appointment through our online form. Welcome to the website of the Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine. It is our goal to offer vital information on our clinical, research and teaching programs for patients, physicians and prospective residents. Building on a successful history, the section continues its role as a leader in research and treatment in all aspects of colorectal surgery. As an example, the section participated in an international study of laparoscopic surgery as an alternative treatment for patients with cancer confined to the colon. Laparoscopic techniques also are used to treat benign colorectal disease. Working closely with specialists in the Division of Gastroenterology, Washington University colorectal surgeons provide comprehensive care to patients with inflammatory bowel disease – ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and diverticulitis. And these surgeons were the first in the St. Louis region to open a center providing diagnosis and treatment of benign anorectal and pelvic floor disorders, located at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. In research, colorectal surgery faculty members are interested in applying basic science research findings to the clinical realm. The section offers a number of colorectal cancer clinical research trials and reported a new treatment regimen for rectal cancer that is nine weeks shorter and offers significantly better results than the traditional approach In addition to its rotations for general surgery residents, the section offers a one-year fellowship in colorectal surgery that offers in-depth exposure to all aspects of colorectal disease and surgery. Please browse our web site to learn more about our clinical, research and teaching programs. Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery Campus Box 8109, 660 S. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110 314-454-7177 ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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