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Malignant Tumor of the Anus Colostomy
- Daily activities: many people find only minor changes are needed.
- Diet: increased fluids and avoiding certain foods is usually helpful.
- Ostomy appliance and skin care: daily care to protect the skin and stoma.
- Prevention and treatment of bowel problems: constipation, diarrhea and excessive gas may require corrective measures.
- Medications: the absorption of certain medications may be affected by an ostomy.
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