Sphincter training or anal injections of dextranomer for treatment of anal incontinence: a randomized trial

@article{Dehli2013SphincterTO,
  title={Sphincter training or anal injections of dextranomer for treatment of anal incontinence: a randomized trial},
  author={T. Dehli and A. Stordahl and L. Vatten and P. Romundstad and K. Mevik and Y. Sahlin and R. O. Lindsetmo and B. Vonen},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={302 - 310}
}
  • T. Dehli, A. Stordahl, +5 authors B. Vonen
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology
  • Abstract Objective. The objective is to test if the injection of a bulking agent in the anal canal is superior to sphincter training with biofeedback in the treatment of anal incontinence. Background. Anal incontinence is traditionally treated with conservative measures, such as pads and constipating medicine. If this fails, sphincter training with biofeedback is often offered before more advanced surgical procedures are considered. The injection of a bulking agent in the anal canal is a… CONTINUE READING
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