The results of treatment of the descending colon’s necrosis after sphincter-saving operation of patients suffering from colorectal cancer


  • S.P. Voloshin
Keywords: rectal cancer, sphincter-preserving operations, necrosis of lowered intestine, treatment.

Abstract

The results of treatment of 271 patients with necrosis of the lowered intestine after sphincter-preserving operations in patients with colorectal cancer are presented. The control group included 176 patients, in the study group - 95 patients. For the treatment of patients in the control group, colostomy was used, and for the treatment of the patients of the group under study - the developed treatment tactics. Intraoperative complications were observed in 10.3±1.8% of patients, including 13.1±2.5% of the control group and 5.3±2.3% of the studied group (p=0,06). The frequency of postoperative complications was 18.1±2.3%, of which 21.6±3.1% in the control group and 1.6±3.3% in the study group. Due to the use of developed treatment tactics, the reduction in postoperative lethality is 2 times - from 12.5±2.5% (22 patients) to 6.2±2.5% (6 patients) (p=0.046).

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Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Voloshin, S. (2017). The results of treatment of the descending colon’s necrosis after sphincter-saving operation of patients suffering from colorectal cancer. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (29), 150-153. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/309