Transabdominal resection procedures (laparoscopic and conventional) for rectal prolapse (literature review) (ORR open resection–rectopexy,
PFR pelvic floor reconstruction,
OAR open anterior resection,
RM rectal mobilization,
LARR laparoscopic resection–rectopexy)
Functional results of transabdominal procedures such as mesh or
suture rectopexy and resection–rectopexy show low recurrence rates,
and continence is usually improved (Table 5 , [ 2 , 27 , 28 ,
30 , 32 , 32 , 33 , 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 ]). .
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