Continence is improved after the Ripstein rectopexy. Different mechanizms in rectal prolapse and rectal intussusception?

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PURPOSE This study was undertaken to evaluate anal manometric changes after Ripstein's operation for rectal prolapse and rectal intussusception and to study the clinical outcome following the operation, with special reference to anal incontinence. METHODS Forty-two patients with rectal prolapse or rectal intussusception were subjected to anorectal… (More)

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