The Digital Rectum is the first digital rectal examination in the world.

It is the most widely used test in the United States.

However, there are many different types of digital rectals, ranging from rectal exams done by trained physicians to a series of tests that can be done by any digital rectum user.

Some of the tests are more invasive than others, but the overall goal is to determine if the rectum is ready for a medical diagnosis.

The test is the only test that is performed on a patient’s own body, and many users use the test as part of their medical examinations.

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They can also help identify patients at risk for developing colon cancer, the most common cancer in men.

A recent study in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine showed that in the first year after rectal examinations, patients who underwent digital rectums had a significantly lower risk of developing colon cancers than those who did not.

However a new study from researchers at Columbia University shows that the risk of colon cancer increased with the number of rectal images performed.

Researchers studied more than 2,500 rectal tests from more than 40 different states.

They found that digital rectometers were the most commonly used test for rectal health in the U.S. and other countries.

The study showed that rectal digital rectometry is associated with significantly lower rates of colon carcinoma, as well as an increased risk of colorectal adenocarcinoma.

The study also found that rectum digital rectoscopy has a lower risk than rectal biopsies for the development of colitis, an infection caused by bacterial overgrowth of the lining of the colon.

Colon cancer is the leading cause of death in the US.

The disease is estimated to be caused by 2.5 million cases of invasive colon cancer every year.

It can be prevented by proper preparation, early diagnosis, and proper treatment.