Retrorectal Tumours

Folder Retrorectal Tumours


video Core Subject Update: Retrorectal tumours

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Educational session - Adam Dziki (Poland) at ESCP Dublin 2022

video Trainee Video Session: Retrorectal tumours

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Educational session - Peter Christensen (Denmark) at ESCP Vienna 2019

video Unusual Anorectal Pathologies: Surgical investigation and management of pre-sacral pathology

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Symposium - Jérémie Lefevre (France) at ESCP Berlin 2017

document Retrorectal Tumours (Chapter 29, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology Second Edition)

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Retro rectal tumors (RRTs) in adults are rare. The incidence of these tumors was estimated at 1 in 40,000. The majority of these tumors are benign (80 %) and asymptomatic, and therefore are mostly discovered incidentally. However, given the risk of chronic pain, bleeding, infection, compression of adjacent organs (with digestive, urinary, obstetric, and/or neurological disorders), and especially the risk of malignant transformation, the current consensus is to perform systematic complete resection of any RRT. Nevertheless, only retrospective series with relatively few patients are reported, and recommendations for management and surgical approaches remain controversial.

pdf Rare tumours: Presacral

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Symposium - Janice Rafferty (USA) at Tripartite Colorectal Meeting 2014

video Transanal endoscopic microsurgery for retrorectal and stromal tumors

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Video surgery - Silvia Cornaglia at ESCP Belgrade 2013

video Surgical resection of retrorectal tumors in adults: long term results in 47 patients

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Oral poster - Jérémie Lefevre at ESCP Vienna 2012

video New technology: Single-port transanal minimally invasive surgery for rectal tumours

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Symposium - Paolo Delrio at ESCP Vienna 2012

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