Atlas of Surgical Management of Anorectal Malformations
***e FACHGEBIET*** Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Colon and Rectal Surgery ***INTERESSENTENGRUPPE*** Of interest to pediatric surgeons, colon/rectal surgeons, and general surgeons.- Level: Atlas ***URHEBER*** A. PeAa, New York, NY ***TITEL*** Atlas of Surgical Management of Anorectal Malformations
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abdomen anal canal anastomosis anatomy anorectal malformations anteriorly associated defects baby bladder neck blood supply coccyx Colostogram showing colostomy common channel cutaneous fistula dilatations distal colostogram distal stoma electrical stimulator female fistula Figure Foley catheter frequently high defects Imperforate anus innervation INVERTOGRAM levator muscle located long-term absorbable sutures low defect marginal vessels meconium mesenteric fat midline mobilize muscle complex parasagittal fibers pectinate line pelvis perineal body perineum persistent cloaca piece of intestine portion posterior sagittal anoplasty posterior sagittal anorectoplasty postop previously described procedure protective colostomy Puborectalis pull the rectum pull-through reconstructed Rectal atresia rectal wall rectobladder neck fistula rectourethral bulbar fistula rectourethral fistula rectourethral prostatic fistula rectum Repaired malformation require resection sacral nerves sacrum sagittal view secondary operations separated sigmoid sigmoidostomy spectrum of defects stenosis stoma striated muscle surgeon tapering tissue type of defect upper urethra urinary tract urogenital sinus urologic vagina vaginal fistula vaginal replacement vertical fibers vestibular fistula