rectal stenosis

rectal stenosis

stenosis or stricture of the rectum. Also called proctostenosis, rectostenosis.

rectal stenosis

A narrowing of the rectosigmoid lumen, due to tumor or scarring
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Follow up was done after 3rd, 7th, 15th and 30th day of surgery and 6 months and 1 year to know patient satisfaction and any late complications like rectal stenosis and recurrence.
Our case of secondary RLP was consistent with previous reports in that significant circumferential rectal stenosis was encountered with LGI endoscopy.
It has been reported as an unusual complication after diversion transverse loop colostomy in a patient with long-standing ulcerative colitis resulting from distal stomal and rectal stenosis and accumulation of mucus in the closed loop over many years (5).
In the SH group, five complications occurred: two cases of fecal urgency; one rectal stenosis that required surgery; and two postoperative bleeds that required readmission, but were successfully addressed in one visit.
A review of rectal biopsies performed on children with chronic constipation--excluding those with Hirschsprung's disease, pseudo-obstruction syndrome, rectal stenosis, and mechanical obstruction--uncovered a 46% rate (11 out of 24) of tissue eosinophilia, a marker for allergy, Dr.