Jeffrey W Milsom Bartholomus Bhm and Kiyokazu Nakajima

Rectal prolapse is a rare disease but can usually be cured by surgery. Many abdominal and perineal approaches have been described in the past. Currently, abdominal surgery with some type of rectopexy plus or minus sigmoid resection is the most common abdominal operation to treat rectal prolapse. Because different opinions about the best available procedure are well known and the debate is unsettled, this chapter only discusses whether the laparoscopic approach is beneficial compared with the conventional approach if an abdominal procedure is chosen to treat the prolapse.

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