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Does the Oral-Anal Transit Test Correlate with Colonic Manometry Findings in Children with Refractory Constipation?

Dranove J, Fleishman , Reddy S, Teich S

PURPOSE: The Oral-anal Transit Test (OTT) is a simple method of obtaining information about colonic transit. We aim to assess the correlation of OTT with the neuromuscular integrity of the...
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Clinical Features of Severely Constipated Children: Comparison of Infrequent Bowel Movement and Fecal Soiling Groups

Lee G, Son JS, Bae SH

PURPOSE: To compare the clinical features, diagnostic findings, and medications of children with infrequent bowel movements or fecal soiling. METHODS: This study enrolled 333 children (189 male; age range, 1 month...
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Anorectal Manometry Versus Patient-Reported Outcome Measures as a Predictor of Maximal Treatment for Fecal Incontinence

Ramage L, Qiu S, Yeap Z, Simillis C, Kontovounisios C, Tekkis P, Tan E

PURPOSE: This study aims to establish the ability of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and anorectal manometry (ARM) in predicting the need for surgery in patients with fecal incontinence (FI). METHODS: Between...
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Usefulness of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures and Anorectal Physiologic Tests in Predicting Clinical Outcome for Fecal Incontinence

Kim CN

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Needle Placement: A Guide to Predictable Sensory and Motor Responses Based on Variations in Needle Placement During Sacral Neuromodulation Procedures

Crites-Bachert M, Clark C

PURPOSE: Providing practitioners with an adjunctive guide that will aid implanters in the ability to predict and, immediately recognize, what suboptimal needle placement looks like (based on visualization of needle/lead...
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Prevalence and Severity of Fecal Incontinence in Veterans

Hosmer AE, Saini SD, Menees SB

  • KMID: 2460487
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Oct;25(4):576-588.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm17134
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Fecal incontinence (FI) is a common complaint that increases in prevalence with age. Our aim was to determine the prevalence of FI and assess its severity by self-report in...
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Efficacy of biofeedback therapy for objective improvement of pelvic function in low anterior resection syndrome

Lee KH, Kim JS, Kim JY

PURPOSE: There is no established treatment of choice for low anterior resection syndrome (LARS). To evaluate the efficacy of biofeedback therapy for objective improvement of pelvic function in LARS, we...
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Association of Geriatric Syndromes with Urinary Incontinence according to Sex and Urinary-Incontinence-Related Quality of Life in Older Inpatients: A Cross-Sectional Study of an Acute Care Hospital

Kim KJ, Shin J, Choi J, Park JM, Park HK, Lee J, Han SH

BACKGROUND: Geriatric syndromes are associated with morbidity and poor quality of life (QOL). Urinary incontinence (UI) is one of the most prevalent geriatric syndromes. However, there is little research on...
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Defective Conduction of Anorectal Afferents Is a Very Prevalent Pathophysiological Factor Associated to Fecal Incontinence in Women

Mundet L, Cabib C, Ortega O, Rofes L, Tomsen N, Marin S, Chacón C, Clavé P

  • KMID: 2454641
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Jul;25(3):423-435.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm18196
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Fecal incontinence (FI) is a prevalent condition among women. While biomechanical motor components have been thoroughly researched, anorectal sensory aspects are less known. We studied the pathophysiology of FI...
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Evaluation of Anorectal Afferent Pathway: Does It Help Overcome Unmet Diagnostic Needs in the Management of Fecal Incontinence?

Lee TH

  • KMID: 2454633
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Jul;25(3):340-342.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm19125
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Effectiveness of Autologous Fat Graft in Treating Fecal Incontinence

Jeong H, Hwang SH, Kim HR, Ryu KO, Lim J, Yu HM, Yoon J, Kim CY, Jeong KY, Jung YJ, Jeong IS, Choi YG

PURPOSE: The most common risk factor for fecal incontinence (FI) is obstetric injury. FI affects 1.4%–18% of adults. Most patients are unaware when they are young, when symptoms appear suddenly...
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Feasibility and Early Outcomes of Continent Catheterizable Stomas Using Cecal/Colon and Ileum for Children with Fecal Incontinence as an Alternative to Appendicular Malone Antegrade Continence Enema

Shankar G, Solanki S, Jadhav V, Babu MN, Ramesh S

PURPOSE: The introduction of Malone antegrade continence enema) in the management of children with fecal incontinence has brought remarkable improvement in patient care, Malone originally described appendix as a conduit...
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Control of Motility in the Internal Anal Sphincter

Keef KD, Cobine CA

  • KMID: 2449091
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Apr;25(2):189-204.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm18172
The internal anal sphincter (IAS) plays an important role in the maintenance of fecal continence since it generates tone and is responsible for > 70% of resting anal pressure. During...
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Success and Complication Rates After Sacral Neuromodulation for Fecal Incontinence and Constipation: A Single-center Follow-up Study

Widmann B, Galata C, Warschkow , Beutner U, Ögredici , Hetzer FH, Schmied BM, Post S, Marti L

  • KMID: 2433509
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Jan;25(1):159-170.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm17106
BACKGROUND/AIMS: The aim of this study was to evaluate the sustainability of sacral neuromodulation (SNM) success in patients with fecal incontinence (FI) and/or constipation. METHODS: This is a retrospective analysis of...
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The Impact of the Outcome of Treating a High Anal Fistula by Using a Cutting Seton and Staged Fistulotomy on Saudi Arabian Patients

Shirah BH, Shirah HA

PURPOSE: A cutting seton is used after a partial distal fistulotomy to treat patients with a high exrasphincteric fistula in ano to avoid fecal incontinence and recurrence. In Saudi Arabia,...
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Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy

Kim CH

Diabetic autonomic neuropathy (DAN) is a serious and common complication of diabetes, although it is often overlooked. Abnormal autonomic function tests are often found in peoples with diabetic peripheral neuropathy....
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Laparoscopic Posterolateral Rectopexy for the Treatment of Patients With a Full Thickness Rectal Prolapse: Experience With 63 Patients and Short-term Outcomes

Hyun K, Yang SJ, Lim KY, Lee JK, Yoon SG

PURPOSE: Although numerous procedures have been proposed for the treatment of patients with a rectal prolapse, the most effective operation has not yet been established. Minimal rectal mobilization can prevent...
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Long-term outcomes after Natural Orifice Specimen Extraction versus conventional laparoscopy-assisted surgery for rectal cancer: a matched case-control study

Park JS, Kang H, Park SY, Kim HJ, Lee IT, Choi GS

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the long-term outcomes of total laparoscopic surgery with Natural Orifice Specimen Extraction (NOSE) with those for conventional laparoscopy (CL)-assisted surgery for...
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Electrophysiological Basis of Fecal Incontinence and Its Implications for Treatment

Weledji EP

The majority of patients with neuropathic incontinence and other pelvic floor conditions associated with straining at stool have damage to the pudendal nerves distal to the ischial spine. Sacral nerve...
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Novel anal sphincter saving procedure with partial excision of levator-ani muscle in rectal cancer invading ipsilateral pelvic floor

Noh GT, Han J, Cheong C, Han YD, Kim NK

PURPOSE: Tumors at the level of the anorectal junction had required total levator-ani muscle excision to achieve an adequate resection margin. However, in the cases of tumor invading ipsilateral levator-ani...
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