Therapeutic strategy for persistent cloaca: the efficacy of antegrade continent enema as a salvage surgery

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The aim of this study is to evaluate our therapeutic strategy for persistent cloaca from the viewpoint of long-term functional outcome. This study covers 17 cases of persistent cloaca treated at our institution and followed for more than 3 years. As a definitive repair for anorectal and urogenital systems, simultaneous surgery with posterior sagittal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00383-010-2819-7

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@article{Kubota2010TherapeuticSF, title={Therapeutic strategy for persistent cloaca: the efficacy of antegrade continent enema as a salvage surgery}, author={Akio Kubota and Keigo Nara and Hisayoshi Kawahara and Akihiro Yoneda and Hiroshi Nakai and Taro Goda and Soji Ibuka and Futoshi Matsui and Kenji Shimada}, journal={Pediatric Surgery International}, year={2010}, volume={27}, pages={505-508} }