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  • Prevalence of anal fistula in the United Kingdom. [Journal Article]
    World J Clin Cases 2019; 7(14):1795-1804Hokkanen SR, Boxall N, … Patel H
  • CONCLUSIONS: This real-world evidence study estimated the United Kingdom-standardized prevalence of anal fistula was 1.80 per 10000 patients in 2017. Approximately 25% of cases may be associated with CD, while other comorbidities are rare.
  • Wound Closure in Large Neural Tube Defects: Role of Rhomboid Flaps. [Journal Article]
    J Cutan Aesthet Surg 2019 Apr-Jun; 12(2):124-127Chaubey D, Kumar V, … Rahul SK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Defect's position, its size and shape, and any bony deformity determine the choice of closure of postoperative wound. The versatile, safe, and universal rhomboid flap is an aesthetic solution to the large skin defects in patients of neural tube defects.
  • Middle-term bowel function and quality of life in low-type anorectal malformation. [Journal Article]
    Ital J Pediatr 2019; 45(1):98Zheng H, Liu G, … Wang Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Children with low-type ARM can achieve good bowel control and QOL. However, although ARMs are benign, several children with this condition suffer from anal function problems that affect QOL. Redo operations, mislocated anus, and incorrect constipation treatment are the iatrogenic causes of fecal incontinence.
  • [Anorectal manifestations in systemic diseases]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Interne 2019Egal A, London J, … Etienney I
  • Numerous systemic diseases (vasculitis, connective tissue disease or sarcoidosis) can display an involvement of the perianal skin, the rectum and/or the anus. Such knowledge is important in order to treat these complications specifically when possible. Lesions of the anorectum arising from systemic diseases can sometimes cause perforations in the peritoneal cavity (if concerning the higher portio…
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