Single-incision laparoscopic subtotal colectomy with cecorectal anastomosis for slow transit constipation
ConclusionSurgical candidates with severe STC can be accurately diagnosed and treated with minimally invasive surgery in community practice with acceptable outcomes as compared to outcomes published in the literature.
CONCLUSION: Large B-cell lymphoma represents a rare case of bowel tumor. However it has to be considered in the differential diagnosis of colic stenosis in immunosuppressed patients as transplant recipients. KEY WORDS: Colorectal lymphoma, Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, Immunosuppressed patients. PMID: 30737361 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSION: LASC with cecorectal anastomosis is a safe and effective surgical approach for STC, with the majority of patients being satisfied with the outcome of surgery. PMID: 29701506 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION For the patients with refractory constipation associated with neuropathy such as IND, total colectomy by SILS was very effective.
AbstractBackground A subset of female patients with severe constipation report overlapping uro-gynecological symptoms which have been attributed to visceral hypersensitivity.AimsTo study colon morphology and motor function in female patients with medically refractory chronic constipation with or without uro-gynecological symptoms and to assess clinical outcomes following laparoscopic ileo-proctostomy.MethodsColon anatomy and cecal emptying time were assessed with plain films and fluoroscopy following a standardized test meal mixed with barium. Transit time was determined with radiopaque markers. IBS-QOL and urinary incon...
Publication date: August 2016 Source:Journal of Visceral Surgery, Volume 153, Issue 4 Author(s): W.-C. Fan, C.-C. Huang, A. Sung, J.-S. Hsieh
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CONCLUSION: Subtotal colectomy combined with the modified Duhamel procedure under laparoscopy is effective and safe for the treatment of mixed constipation. PMID: 25848181 [PubMed - in process]
Background: To observe and compare the short term results and functional recovery of laparoscopic subtotal colectomy with antiperistaltic cecorectal anastomosis (LSCACRA) in the treatment of Adult slow transit constipation (STC) with two different reservoir length: short colonic reservoir and long colonic reservoir. Methods: All STC patients treated with LSCACRA between April 2007 and December 2011 at our institution were followed up. Patients with 2 cm to 3 cm ascending colon preserved above the ileocecal junction were designated as observation group, whereas those preserved by 10 cm to 15 cm were clas...