Posterior Sagittal Rectal Myectomy for Persistent Rectal Achalasia After the Soave Procedure for Hirschsprung's Disease By Ken Kimura, Yukihiro Inomata, and Robert T. Soper Iowa City, Iowa 0 For the management of persistent rectal achalasia after the Soave endorectal pull-through procedure, we have used posterior sagittal myectomy of the remaining aganglionic rectal muscular cuff, and have had Cited by: 60.
Posterior sagittal rectal myectomy for persistent rectal achalasia after the Soave procedure for Hirschsprung's disease. Kimura K(1), Inomata Y, Soper RT. Author information: (1)Department of Surgery, University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City.Cited by: 60.
Feb 08, 2006 · To evaluate the feasibility and safety of vaginal anterior and posterior myomectomy (A surgical technique is described.). From 1998 to 2004, 54 patients underwent vaginal myomectomy. There were no cases of laparotomic conversion and hysterectomy. The average operation time was 80 minutes (range, 30 Cited by: 18.
A transverse incision is made approximately one cm from the dentate line in the posterior rectal wall. A mucosal flap is raised proximally and a 0.5 to 1 cm strip of muscle is excised. The length of the myectomy corresponds with the pathologic process and is usually several cm long.
Mar 01, 1998 · Various procedures have been described for the surgical treatment of this type of HD: posterior excisional anorectal myotomy, 5 submucous sphincterectomy, 5,6 transanal posterior myomectomy, 7 or the posterior sagittal approach. 8 Although these techniques have nearly the same principle, they differ in the technical details.Cited by: 3.