• anus
  • Rectal prolapse is a very disabling disease, and although its etiopathogenesis has not yet been well established, it is frequently associated with other abnormalities, including patulous anus, levator ani muscle diastasis, mesorectum elongation, deep pouch of Douglas, redundant rectosigmoid and increased width of the retrorectal space. (springer.com)
  • Rectal prolapse in elderly patients can cause considerable discomfort causing bleeding, itching, wet anus and tenesm. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Surgery
  • Surgery is the only definite treatment and is preferably performed minimally invasive. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • 7 patients were discharged within 48 h after surgery, while four had a longer hospitalization due to poor general conditions (1) or rectal bleeding (3). (biomedcentral.com)
  • 1985
  • Snooks SJ, Henry MM, Swash M (1985) Anorectal incontinence and rectal prolapse: differential assessment of the innervation to puborectalis and external anal sphincter muscles. (springer.com)
  • chances
  • The Clinic of Advanced Biological Medicine in Frankfurt am Main aims to boost the immune system, to maintain and improve the quality of life in case of disease, minimize side effects of toxic treatment, to increase chances for recovery as well as to increase life span through the use of effective treatments. (bookinghealth.com)
  • include
  • Preventive measures include treatment of chronic respiratory disorders or constipation, estrogen replacement for menopausal women, weight control, smoking cessation, avoidance of strenuous occupational or recreational stresses to the pelvic support system, and pelvic muscle exercise to strengthen the pelvic diaphragm. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • wall
  • The rectal wall was fixed to the pre-sacral fascia trans-anally by 3-4 PDS suture starting from S3 to Sacro-coccygeal junction. (drchivate.com)
  • external
  • The dentate line separates the internal hemorrhoids, the anal (Morgagnian) columns, crypts, and papillae above from the anal valves and external hemorrhoids below. (slideplayer.com)