The patient was informed about the radical cystoprostatectomy and abdominoperineal
resection if organ preservation was unfavourable, and informed consent was obtained.
resection was the primary management for anal canal cancer [52, 147, 148].
Before the 1970s - 1980s this disease was treated surgically with abdominoperineal
resection (APR) resulting in a permanent colostomy.
The patient proceeded to surgery and underwent an abdominoperineal
resection with stoma formation, recovery was uneventful.
A 72-year-old man undergoing an abdominoperineal
resection of the rectum had a 14 G central venous catheter (CVC) inserted preoperatively via the jugular route.
Detection of recurrence in patients with rectal cancer: PET/CT after abdominoperineal
or anterior resection.
3) Pre-morbid mobility [less than or equal to] 1 km 6 (12) Pre-morbid mobility [less than or equal to] 5 km 21 (42) ASA status 1 8 (16) 2 23 (46) 3 19 (38) Incision type Laparotomy 38 (76) Subcostal 12 (24) Type of surgery Anterior resection 14 (28) Hemicolectomy 7 (14) Small bowel resection 8 (16) Pancreatic resection/Whipples 7 (14) Liver resection 4 (8) Abdominoperineal
resection 2 (4) Gastrectomy 2 (4) Oesophagectomy 1 (2) Splenectomy 1 (2) Cholecystectomy 2 (4) Reversal of Hartmann's 2 (4) Anaesthesia duration (min), mean (SD) 186.
Historically, surgery for carcinoma of the rectum included abdominoperineal
resection and permanent colostomy.
EMR, endoscopic mucosal resection; HPE, Helicobacter pylori eradication; APR, abdominoperineal
resection; F, female; M, male; NED, no evidence of disease; RT, radiotherapy.
Outcomes for abdominoperineal
resections are not worse than those of anterior resections.
According to Yaeger and Van Heerden (1980), abdominoperineal
resection results in 15% incidence of ED in men under 50, and 100% in men over 70.
Subsequently the patient was offered and received a laparoscopic abdominoperineal