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Internal pudendal flap anoplasty for severe anal stenosis. Report of a case

, : Internal pudendal flap anoplasty for severe anal stenosis. Report of a case. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 39(3): 350-352

A technique for introducing anoderm into the anal canal is described. An internal pudendal flap was used. This technique was totally successful in alleviating anal stenosis and maintaining fecal continence. Internal pudendal flap should be in the armamentarium of the colon and rectal surgeon for treating severe anal stenosis.


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