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Endoluminal ultrasound, performed using a probe placed in the rectal lumen, can be used to assess the local spread of low rectal cancers (Figure 73.16), and is particularly useful in patients being considered for transanal endoluminal exci- sion. CT is not particularly accurate in local staging; this is usually performed using MRI, which allows assessment of the circumferential resection margin and lymph node status
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