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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This alternative to the conventional Brooke ileostomy allows a patient to be free of wearing an external pouch or appliance to collect waste following removal of the large intestine (colon) and rectum to cure conditions including Ulcerative Colitis and Familial Polyposis syndromes.
Patients who underwent proctocolectomy with Brooke ileostomy had a 17% risk of stomal revision by year 10, climbing to 27% at year 20.
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.