Fecal incontinence is a common and embarrassing condition with a devastating impact on patientsa lives. Since it may result from a variety of pathophysiological situations, an accurate diagnostic work-up is crucial. A range of therapies is available, but choosing the correct option is pivotal to successful management. This book reviews the latest advances in the epidemiologic, socio-economic, psychological, diagnostic, and therapeutic aspects of fecal incontinence, helping to establish effective treatment guidelines.Rectocele Surgery Patients with rectocele may have associated physiological abnormalities, including chronic constipation and ... There are concerns about continence following the transanal approach to rectocele repair. ... Of the remaining five, all had incontinence postoperatively, though in two continence recovered.
|Author||:||Carlo Ratto, Giovanni B. Doglietto|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-10|