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video Toward precision diagnosis and precision treatment: Surgical options for constipation

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Pelvic Floor session - Charles Knowles (UK) at ESCP Vienna 2019

video Surgery for constipation

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Keynote lecture - Sergey Achkasov at ESCP Copenhagen 2011

video State-of-the-Art for Management of Syndromes of Disordered Defaecation: Patient selection for biofeedback in the conservative management constipation

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Scientific session - Ugo Grossi (UK) at ESCP Dublin 2022

video Recovery of locomotion in SCI Patients with the LION procedure

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A video by Marc Possover

video Long-term outcome of constipation treated by sacral neuromodulation

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Oral Posters (Functional) - P.T.J. Janssen at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Functional Disorders and the Pelvic Floor: The neuro-entreric axis

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Symposium - Jacopp Martellucci (Italy) at ESCP Barcelona 2021

video Functional Disorders and the Pelvic Floor: Constipation - definitions and syndromes

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Symposium - Chloé Melchior (Sweden) at ESCP Barcelona 2021

pdf Female sexual dysfunction after laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy: is choice of mesh important?

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Short Paper - Peter Waterland (UK) at Tripartite Colorectal Meeting 2014

pdf Efficacy of sacral nerve stimulation for treating slow transit constipation: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 2 phase crossover study

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Short Paper - Phil Dinning (Australia) at Pelvic Floor Day, Tripartite Colorectal Meeting 2014

pdf Double blinded randomised multicentre study to investigate the effect of stimulation parameter changes on sacral nerve stimulation for constipation

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Short Paper - Gregory Thomas (UK) at Pelvic Floor Day, Tripartite Colorectal Meeting 2014

video Core Subject Update: Surgery for constipation

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Educational session - Charles Knowles (UK) at ESCP Vienna 2019

document Constipation (Chapter 10, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology Second Edition) Popular

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Although constipation is no longer treated primarily with surgery, surgeons continue to regularly see patients with constipation in ward and ambulatory settings. It is therefore critical to have a practical approach with respect to diagnosis, investigation, and management. Further, recent pharmacological and surgical advances are giving new hope to some patients with disabling chronic symptoms. This chapter gives an overview of constipation in general and then focuses on the more surgically relevant problem of chronic constipation. The chapter deliberately excludes a detailed discussion of defecation disorders (covered in Chap. 11), although this distinction is actually relevant only when specific surgery is considered.

video Benign Chronical Abdominal Diseases for the Colorectal Surgeon: Surgery for slow transit constipation

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Symposium - Sergey Achkasov (Russia) at ESCP Berlin 2017

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