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8 Possible Causes for Episioproctotomy

  • Rectovaginal Fistula

    Methods of repair included advancement flap (n 47), episioproctotomy (n 8), colo-anal anastomosis (n 7), and fibrin glue or plug (n 3).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Procedures included advancement flap (n 59), transvaginal repair (n 14), muscle interposition (n 14), episioproctotomy (n 6), sphincteroplasty (n 3), and other (n 3); overall[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The most common aetiology of acquired RVF is obstetric trauma, such as perineal laceration (episioproctotomy) during childbirth, particularly in primigravida, in precipitious[bimjonline.com]

  • Enterovaginal Fistula

    There were 8 women who had an episioproctotomy with a healing rate of 71.4%. Figure 3 Episioproctotomy.[wjgnet.com] The most common aetiology of acquired RVF is obstetric trauma, such as perineal laceration (episioproctotomy) during childbirth, particularly in primigravida, in precipitious[bimjonline.com] […] may be initial treatment or employed if failure of medical therapy. obstetrical fistulas can be treated successfully by local approaches transanally or transvaginally - episioproctotomy[gpnotebook.co.uk]

  • Episiotomy

    73.6 Episiotomy Episioproctotomy Episiotomy with subsequent episiorrhaphy Excludes: that with: high forceps (72.31) low forceps (72.1) mid forceps (72.21) outlet forceps ([icd9cm.chrisendres.com] Opinion varies about whether a mediolateral incision is preferable to episioproctotomy.[glowm.com] Intentional extension of the incision to involve the anorectal area is referred to as an episioproctotomy.[glowm.com]

  • Perineal Fistula

    […] may be initial treatment or employed if failure of medical therapy. obstetrical fistulas can be treated successfully by local approaches transanally or transvaginally - episioproctotomy[gpnotebook.co.uk] Episioproctotomy has been favorably described for patients with quiescent Crohn’s disease without prior fecal diversion. 36 Inversion of the fistula into the rectal lumen[glowm.com] […] successfully treated by fistulotomy. 23 More commonly, a transsphincteric approach with layered closure is used for low fistulas because of proximity to the anal sphincter. 35 An episioproctotomy[glowm.com]

  • Rectal Fistula

    Perineal lacerations during childbirth, especially those due to episioproctotomy, predispose patients to RVFs.[emedicine.medscape.com] Episioproctotomy has been favorably described for patients with quiescent Crohn’s disease without prior fecal diversion. 36 Inversion of the fistula into the rectal lumen[glowm.com] […] successfully treated by fistulotomy. 23 More commonly, a transsphincteric approach with layered closure is used for low fistulas because of proximity to the anal sphincter. 35 An episioproctotomy[glowm.com]

  • Vesicovaginal Fistula

    Transperineal procedures also include episioproctotomy, in which all tissue above the fistula is cut and then reconstructed in layers.[doi.org]

  • Puerperium

    Assisted breech delivery was performed in Gimovsky 1983 , with a midline episiotomy or episioproctotomy, and elective use of Piper forceps.[doi.org]

  • Cesarean Section

    Assisted breech delivery was performed in Gimovsky 1983 , with a midline episiotomy or episioproctotomy, and elective use of Piper forceps.[doi.org]

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