Although described several times since , intersphincteric proctectomy is a technique used by very few surgeons in the United States. Accurate and safe rectal mobilization is easily accomplished by dissection within the intersphincteric plane, resulting in minimal damage to the pelvic floor and pelvic nerves and a much smaller perineal wound. The records of 58 patients who underwent rectal excision were examined. Proctectomy was performed in a conventional fashion for 30 patients and an intersphincteric proctectomy was performed for 28 patients. Of the 30 conventional procedures, 20 were for ulcerative colitis and 10 were for Crohn's disease. There were four residual deep sinus tracts.
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Although described several times since , intersphincteric proctectomy is a technique used by very few surgeons in the United States. Accurate and safe rectal mobilization is easily accomplished by dissection within the intersphincteric plane, resulting in minimal damage to the pelvic floor and pelvic nerves and a much smaller perineal wound.
The records of 58 patients who underwent rectal excision were examined. Proctectomy was performed in a conventional fashion for 30 patients and an intersphincteric proctectomy was performed for 28 patients.
Of the 30 conventional procedures, 20 were for ulcerative colitis and 10 were for Crohn's disease. There were four residual deep sinus tracts. Of the 15 men, three developed impotence, one permanently. Of the 28 patients who underwent intersphincteric proctectomy, 17 had ulcerative colitis, eight had Crohn's disease, two had incapacitating proctitis, and one had cancer of the midrectum.
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Functional and oncologic results after intersphincteric proctectomy?
Correspondence Address : Dr. Background: The role of intersphincteric proctectomy in low rectal cancer remains controversial. Objective: To compare the perioperative and oncologic outcomes of intersphincteric proctectomy to proctectomy with stapled coloanal anastomosis. Design: A retrospective case-matched review. Setting: A tertiary colorectal surgery unit. Patients and Methods: All intersphincteric proctectomy cases conducted by one surgeon over a 7-year period were matched for gender, race, age, and comorbidities with patients who underwent proctectomy with stapled coloanal anastomosis. Main Outcome Measures: Operative time, blood loss, postoperative complications, length of stay, margin status, lymph node harvest, and local recurrence rate.
Anthony de Buck van Overstraeten, Albert M. Background: Perianal Crohn's disease CD represents a more aggressive phenotype of inflammatory bowel disease and often coincides with proctocolitis. This study aims to assess the outcome of patients undergoing proctectomy with end-colostomy. Methods: A retrospective outcome analysis of 10 consecutive patients who underwent intersphincteric proctectomy with end-colostomy between February and May was performed. All patients suffered from refractory distal and perianal CD. The proximal colon was normal at endoscopy. All data were extracted from a prospectively maintained database.