abdominoperineal

ab·dom·i·no·per·i·ne·al

(ab-dom'i-nō-per-i-nē'ăl),
Relating to both abdomen and perineum, as in abdominoperineal resection of the rectum.

abdominoperineal

[-per′inē′əl]
pertaining to the abdomen and the perineum, including the pelvic area, female vulva and anus, and male scrotum and anus.

ab·dom·i·no·per·i·ne·al

(ab-dom'i-nō-per-i-nē'ăl)
Relating to both abdomen and perineum.

abdominoperineal

Relating to the ABDOMEN and to the PERINEUM. The term is used especially of abdominal surgical procedures that also involve the anal region, as in the case of a total removal of the lower part of the COLON and RECTUM for a low cancer of the large intestine.

abdominoperineal

pertaining to the abdomen and the perineum.
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The patient was informed about the radical cystoprostatectomy and abdominoperineal resection if organ preservation was unfavourable, and informed consent was obtained.
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 resection.