Brooke ileostomy

Brooke il·e·os·to·my

(bruk),
ileostomy in which the divided proximal ileum, brought through the abdominal wall, is evaginated and its edge is sutured to the dermis; a 2-cm protrusion is the desired result of the procedure.

Brooke,

Bryan N., English surgeon, 1915–.
Brooke ileostomy - ileostomy in which the divided proximal ileum, brought through the abdominal wall, is evaginated and its edge is sutured to the dermis.
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The BCIR is designed for people who would otherwise require a conventional Brooke ileostomy which mandates the continuous wearing of an external appliance or bag to collect digestive waste.
Patients who underwent proctocolectomy with Brooke ileostomy had a 17% risk of stomal revision by year 10, climbing to 27% at year 20.