Long-term follow-up of the modified Delorme procedure for rectal prolapse.

@article{Watkins2003LongtermFO,
  title={Long-term follow-up of the modified Delorme procedure for rectal prolapse.},
  author={Brian P. Watkins and Jeffrey Landercasper and George E. Belzer and Paula Rechner and Rebecca Knudson and Marilu Bintz and Pamela Lambert},
  journal={Archives of surgery},
  year={2003},
  volume={138 5},
  pages={
          498-502; discussion 502-3
        }
}
HYPOTHESIS The modified Delorme operation is a safe, effective, and durable treatment for complete rectal prolapse. DESIGN Retrospective analysis of outcomes in adult patients undergoing the modified Delorme operation. SETTING Community-based tertiary referral center with a 5-year general surgery residency program. PATIENTS A total of 52 consecutive patients undergoing surgery for the treatment of complete rectal prolapse during the 26-year period ending December 2001. INTERVENTIONS… CONTINUE READING
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