Central Asian Journal of Medicine


Objective: To study the results of surgical treatment of the patients with rectal prolapse. Materials and methods. During the period from 2003 until 2018, at the Coloproctology department of 1 st Clinical hospital of the Ministry of health of the Republic of Uzbekistan 426 patients was operated with the diagnosis of rectal prolapse, the average age of the patients was 45,2± 3,8 y.o. Analysis of the results of treatment revealed the absence of postoperative mortality. Relapse was observed in 4 (0.94%) cases, however, the number of patients with constipation decreased from 28% who noted constipation prior to surgery, to 4% after it. Long-term results in all patients are satisfactory - low recurrence rate and acceptable anal sphincter function. On large material, it is confirmed, that surgery with prolapse of the rectum should be not only radical, but also reconstructive - restorative.

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