Kraske operation

Kras·ke op·er·a·tion

(krahs'kĕ),
removal of the coccyx and excision of the left wing of the sacrum to afford approach for resection of the rectum for cancer or stenosis.
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Kras·ke op·er·a·tion

(kras'kĕ op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
Removal of the coccyx and excision of the left wing of the sacrum to afford approach for resection of the rectum for cancer or stenosis.
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Kraske,

Paul, German surgeon, 1851-1930.
Kraske operation - removal of the coccyx and excision of the left wing of the sacrum in order to afford approach for resection of the rectum for cancer or stenosis.
Kraske parasacral approach
Kraske position
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