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Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality

Dieudonn Kisile Sanduku, Benjamin Mbenza Longo, Aliocha Natuhoyila Nkodila, Yolande Mavoungou Voumbo, Dickson Tadulu Veyi, Bienvenu Lebwaze Massamba, Antoine Wola Tshimpi, Pius Zakayi Kabututu.

Abstract
Introduction: The diagnosis (Dc) of erytrhocyte rate sedimentation(ERS) allows specific management of the patient and his predisposed relatives (PA).
Objective: To explore the frequency of ERS and assess the potential associations between the epidemiological-clinical and biological parameters of the JRC.
Methods: Multicentric study conducted between 2015 and 2018 in 4 clinics in Kinshasa.
Results: Out of 50 patients with CRC, 94% (n = 47) were of unstable microsatellite positive status (MSI +) against 6% (n = 3) MSI negative (-). The mean values (MV) of ages, hemoglobinemia (Hb) and survival time without death (TSSD) were similar (P> 0.05) between the 2 groups. The VMs of the weights (Ps) and the sedimentation rate (SV) were significantly (P <0.05) high in the MSI + group and the VM of the size (T) significantly (P <0.05) reduced in the MSI + group. There was a significant variation (P <0.05) in the VMs of T, Ps, SV, Hb and TSSD between the MSI + non-O (n = 31), MSI + O (n= 16) groups. ), and MSI-ABO (n = 3). The low averages of T, Hb and TSSD were competitive in the MSI + non-O group. The averages of VS and Ps were higher in the MSI + non-O group. The comparisons of the means of age, T, Ps, SV, Hb and TSSD were significant (P <0.05) between the MSI + and - groups: the MSI + Woman <50 years group being more vulnerable for anemia and TSSD, the MSI + Man <50 years group being more vulnerable for the decrease in T and the acceleration of SV.
Conclusion: The Dc of SL allows specific care of the patient and his predisposed relatives. The goal is to prevent CRC in PAs.

Key words: erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, immunohistochemistry, screening of relatives of patients with CRC.


 
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Sanduku DK, Longo BM, Nkodila AN, Voumbo YM, Veyi DT, Massamba BL, Tshimpi AW, Kabututu PZ. Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(3): 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa


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Sanduku DK, Longo BM, Nkodila AN, Voumbo YM, Veyi DT, Massamba BL, Tshimpi AW, Kabututu PZ. Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. http://www.ejos.org/?mno=100602 [Access: August 11, 2020]. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa


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Sanduku DK, Longo BM, Nkodila AN, Voumbo YM, Veyi DT, Massamba BL, Tshimpi AW, Kabututu PZ. Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(3): 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku DK, Longo BM, Nkodila AN, Voumbo YM, Veyi DT, Massamba BL, Tshimpi AW, Kabututu PZ. Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. Int J Surg Med. (2020), [cited August 11, 2020]; 6(3): 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku, D. K., Longo, . B. M., Nkodila, . A. N., Voumbo, . Y. M., Veyi, . D. T., Massamba, . B. L., Tshimpi, . A. W. & Kabututu, . P. Z. (2020) Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. Int J Surg Med, 6 (3), 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku, Dieudonn Kisile, Benjamin Mbenza Longo, Aliocha Natuhoyila Nkodila, Yolande Mavoungou Voumbo, Dickson Tadulu Veyi, Bienvenu Lebwaze Massamba, Antoine Wola Tshimpi, and Pius Zakayi Kabututu. 2020. Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. International Journal of Surgery and Medicine, 6 (3), 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku, Dieudonn Kisile, Benjamin Mbenza Longo, Aliocha Natuhoyila Nkodila, Yolande Mavoungou Voumbo, Dickson Tadulu Veyi, Bienvenu Lebwaze Massamba, Antoine Wola Tshimpi, and Pius Zakayi Kabututu. "Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality." International Journal of Surgery and Medicine 6 (2020), 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku, Dieudonn Kisile, Benjamin Mbenza Longo, Aliocha Natuhoyila Nkodila, Yolande Mavoungou Voumbo, Dickson Tadulu Veyi, Bienvenu Lebwaze Massamba, Antoine Wola Tshimpi, and Pius Zakayi Kabututu. "Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality." International Journal of Surgery and Medicine 6.3 (2020), 36-44. Print. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa



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Sanduku, D. K., Longo, . B. M., Nkodila, . A. N., Voumbo, . Y. M., Veyi, . D. T., Massamba, . B. L., Tshimpi, . A. W. & Kabututu, . P. Z. (2020) Colorectal cancer in Kinshasa: urban-rural migration, erytrhocyte rate sedimentation, poverty, metabolic syndrome and mortality. International Journal of Surgery and Medicine, 6 (3), 36-44. doi:10.5455/ijsm.Colorectal-cancer-Kinshasa