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Bilateral Advancement Heart-Shaped Anoplasty for Severe Anal Stenosis: A New technique
Severe anal stenosis is an unusual complication following hemorrhoidectomy but leads to severe morbidity. The treatment of severe anal stenosis is usually some type of anoplasty. We designed a heart-shaped bilateral advancement anoplasty for the correction of this condition. We carried out this operation in five patients with successful results.
27 January 2021 (online)
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