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video Stem cell therapy

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Stefan Riss

video Digital human project: 3D photogrammetry for human cadaveric pelvic specimens: An innovation in colorectal anatomical education

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Top abstract 13 - George Chang (UK) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Gender influences on colorectal cancer treatment: Anatomy of the pelvic nerves

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Symposium - Thilo Wedel (Germany) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Surgical anatomy of D3 lymphadenectomy in right colon cancer, gastrocolic trunk of Henle and surgical trunk of Gillot

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Young ESCP Members Best Three Papers - Alvaro García Granero (Spain) at ESCP Nice 2018

document Anatomy of the Colon, Rectum, Anus, and Pelvic Floor (Chapter 2, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology Second Edition) Popular

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Detailed knowledge of clinical anatomy is an indispensable prerequisite for the diagnosis and therapy of coloproctological diseases. Therefore this chapter presents the essential aspects of the anatomy of the colon, rectum, anal canal, and pelvic floor that are relevant for coloproctologists. Anatomy is described for the different colonic segments, rectal ampulla, upper and lower anal canal, corpus cavernosum recti, proctodeal glands, anal sphincter complex, and pelvic floor muscles. The anatomic structures mediating anal continence are highlighted. Special emphasis is given to topographical aspects and anatomic landmarks relevant for surgical approaches. Access routes to both autonomic and somatic nerves, as well as blood supply and lymphatic drainage, are addressed for each anatomic compartment. In particular, the topography of perirectal fasciae and spaces and their relationship to pelvic autonomic nerves are described in detail to meet the criteria for nerve-sparing total mesorectal excision. Finally, the anatomical peculiarities of the pelvic floor levels (subperitoneal, ischioanal, and perianal spaces) are presented and set in a clinical context.

video Ultrasound of posterior compartment disorders

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Anorectal and Pelvic Ultrasound Course - Pawel Wieczorek at ESCP Barcelona 2014

video Ultrasound of anterior compartment disorders

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Anorectal and Pelvic Ultrasound Course - Pawel Wieczorek at ESCP Barcelona 2014

video Normal ultrasound anatomy of the pelvic floor

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Anorectal and Pelvic Ultrasound Course - Pawel Wieczorek at ESCP Barcelona 2014

video Normal ultrasound anatomy of the anal canal and rectum

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Anorectal and Pelvic Ultrasound Course - Liliana Bordeianou at ESCP Barcelona 2014

video Surgical anatomy of recto-urogenital septum revisited

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Oral Poster (Proctology) - Dragomir Dardanov at ESCP Barcelona 2014

video Surgical anatomy of posterior approach for retrorectal tumors

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Video surgery - Juan Garcia-Armengol at ESCP Belgrade 2013

video An anatomical study of denonvilliers

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Free Paper - Juan García-Armengol at ESCP Copenhagen 2011

video Endoanal ultrasound luminesence correlates with function of the anal sphincter

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Oral poster - Susan Shedda at ESCP Copenhagen 2011

document Systematic review of the applications of three‐dimensional printing in colorectal surgery

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Emile SH, Wexner SD - Colorectal Dis. 2019 Mar;21(3):261-269.

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