Pelvic floor reconstruction with a biological mesh after extralevator abdominoperineal
excision leads to few perineal hernias and acceptable wound complication rates with minor movement limitations: Single-centre experience including clinical examination and interview.
Surgical and hospital processes in the two study groups Variable IV-PCA group (n=30) TEA group (n=30) Type of surgery: right hemicolectomy 5 4 left hemicolectomy 2 2 sigmoid resection 4 4 low anterior resection 13 14 abdominoperineal
resection 5 5 Hartmann resection 1 1 Duration of surgery (min) 130.
Resection (APR) is the surgical procedure done on patients with distal rectal cancer in which an anterior resection cannot be done to preserve anal sphincter or for anorectal cancer.
approach is required when the uterus is present to allow for the anastomosis of the rectal pouch (now the neovagina) to the uterus, thereby creating continuity of the reproductive system (1).
excision (APE) is a surgical treatment used to treat cancer of the lower third of the rectum or anus where sphincter-preserving surgery (anterior resection (AR) with anastomosis) is not possible.
Additionally, this modality allows the surgeons to perform sphincter saving procedure instead of abdominoperineal
resection and permanent ileostomy construction.
Oncologic superiority of extralevator abdominoperineal
excision for low rectal cancer.
Colorectal cancer involving the anal sphincter and refractory cases of UC (not amenable for IPAA) are routinely treated with abdominoperineal
resection with anal closure .
In this case report, a new prone approach to a perineal urethrocutaneous fistula (UCF) arising after abdominoperineal
resection (APR) is described.
6%) patients had abdominoperineal
resection (APR) done as a surgical procedure.
Outcomes of immediate vertical rectus abdominis myocutanous flap reconstruction for irradiated abdominoperineal
resection was applied for clearance of the pelvic space.