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a surgical technique for abdominoperineal resection of the rectum. After removal of a segment, the rectum is sutured to the perineal skin, forming a new mucocutaneous junction. Used in the treatment of rectal neoplasms and anal furunculosis.
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Laparoscopic and transanal pullthrough
for Hirschsprung Disease.
To meet that responsibility the company employs a pullthrough
strategy that includes providing sales help and in-store cooking classes as well as servicing retailers' planograms.
Oesophageal manometry was performed using Arndorfer triple lumen catheter, a continuous perfused system and a station pullthrough
technique in 27 patients.