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video Fecal incontinence

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Yasuko Maeda​

video Magnetic Anal Sphincter versus Sacral Neuromodulation in the Treatment of Severe Fecal Incontinence: Final Clinical Results of the MOS STIC Randomized Controlled Trial

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Top abstract 6 - Emilie Duchalais (France) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Standardised Trainee Video: Sacral nerve modulation

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Educational session - Klaus Matzel (Germany) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Panel discussions and conclusion

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Symposium - Gabriela Möslein (Germany) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Minimally invasive and novel surgical therapies

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Symposium - Paul Antoine Lehur (France) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Traumatic sphincter injury: repair now or later

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Symposium - Carlo Ratto (Italy) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Anal Pathophysiology: beyond the sphincter

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Symposium - Emma Carrington (Ireland) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Preoperative work-up: how to interpret the results

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Symposium - Julie Cornish (UK) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Faecal Incontinence: Introduction

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Symposium - Gabriela Möslein (Germany) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Core Subject Update: Faecal Incontinence

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Educational session - Yasuko Maeda (UK) at ESCP Virtually Vilnius 2020

video Secondary sphincter repair for anal incontinence following obstetric sphincter injury - functional outcome at 18-year follow-up

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One of the Six Best Free Papers - Malou Barosa (Denmark) at ESCP Vienna 2019

video Toward precision diagnosis and precision treatment: Surgical management of faecal incontinence: ICI guidance

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Pelvic Floor session - Ronan O'Connell (Ireland) at ESCP Vienna 2019

video Faecal Incontinence: Practical faecal incontinence assessment

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Symposium - Lilli Lundby (Denmark) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Faecal Incontinence: Treatment algorithms

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Symposium - Klaus Matzel (Germany) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Faecal Incontinence: Patient-centred outcome measures

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Symposium - Carolynne Vaizey (UK) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Core Subject Update: Guidelines for faecal incontinence

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Educational session - Yasuko Maeda (UK) at ESCP Berlin 2017

video Impact of mode of delivery on anal incontinence following a second delivery in women with sphincter disruption resulting from the first delivery: the EPIC multicenter randomized trial

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One of the Six Best Free Papers - Laurent Abramowitz (France) at ESCP Berlin 2017

document Fecal Incontinence (Chapter 9, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology Second Edition) Popular

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Fecal incontinence is not a rare condition; it is an often unvoiced disorder. Approximately 2 % of the general population is affected, and it is more frequent with increased age. Various classifications are used to reflect the severity of symptoms and their impact on quality of life. Diagnostic management leading to therapeutic interventions depends on disease stage; in the majority of patients diagnostic techniques are simple and therapy is conservative, following a pragmatic approach. Diagnostics may help to distinguish functional from morphological causes and thus direct treatment. Operative therapy is indicated if conservative treatment fails to adequately relieve symptoms. Interventions range from minimally invasive outpatient procedures to more extended surgery with sphincter replacement. The mainstays of surgery for fecal incontinence are sphincter repair and sacral nerve stimulation. Although the indications for the various surgical procedures can overlap, there are distinct conceptual differences. In addition, practitioners are increasingly coming to appreciate that, for some patients, only a combination of various therapeutic modes will improve symptoms.

video Identification of internal and external sphincter progenitor cells as potential tools for tailored cell therapy in fecal incontinence: the first study using the human anal sphincter

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The Six Best and Visiting Fellow Free Papers - Son Il Tae at ESCP Dublin 2015

video A randomized trial of sacral neuromodulation versus perianal bulking injection of collagen in the treatment of faecal incontinence following obstetric anal sphincter injury

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Free Paper (Functional) - Mona Rydningen at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Effect of local injection of stem cells on injured anal sphincter: an experimental study

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Free Paper (Miscellaneous) - Sabry Mahmoud at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Long term results of artificial bowel sphincter in a single institution: a prospective study

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Student Oral Poster - Marlène Antor at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Anal incontinence: laparoscopic rectopexy allows satisfactory results, about 174 cases

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Student Oral Poster - Diane Mege at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Long term outcomes of adults with a Malone Antegrade Continence Enema (MACE) for the treatment of constipation or fecal incontinence

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Student Oral Poster - Rosel Sturkenboom at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Anal incontinence associated with low anterior resection syndrome: sacral nerve stimulation is it efficient?

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Student Oral Poster - Diane Mege at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Sacral nerve stimulation enhances intestinal epithelial barrier repair in a pig model of TNBS-induced rectal lesion

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Oral Poster (Miscellaneous and Neoplasia) - Jérémy Brégeon at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Is efficacy of sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence depending on the number of active electrode poles during lead placement?

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Oral Poster (Functional) - Jakob Duelund-Jakobsen at ESCP Dublin 2015

video The rectal mucosal paracellular permeability: a biomarker of sacral neuromodulation efficacy in incontinent patients

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Oral Poster (Functional) - Guillaume Meurette at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Real time registration with a smartphone app in faecal incontinence

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Oral Poster (Proctology and Functional) - Camilla C. Kjeldsen at ESCP Dublin 2015

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