Surgical approaches to anal incontinence.


Primary repair of acute anal sphincter injuries by direct apposition of the severed external sphincter without tension is advisable whenever feasible. However, the majority of patients who are candidates for surgical treatment of anal incontinence will undergo a secondary repair, the type of which will depend on the underlying aetiology and the surgeon's… (More)


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