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International Consensus Definition of Low Anterior Resection Syndrome.

Low anterior resection syndrome is pragmatically defined as disordered bowel function after rectal resection leading to a detriment in quality of life. This broad characterization does not allow for precise estimates of prevalence. The low anterior resection syndrome score was designed as a simple tool for clinical evaluation of low anterior resection syndrome. Although the low anterior resection syndrome score has good clinical utility, it may not capture all important aspects that patients may experience.


A randomised trial comparing transanal rrigation and percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation in the management of anterior resection syndrome.

To assess the effectiveness of transanal irrigation (TAI) compared with posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) in severe and chronic low anterior resection syndrome (LARS) METHOD: Two-group parallel, open-label randomised controlled trial carried out in a single university hospital. The study population included patients with LARS scale score > 29 points who underwent rectal surgery > 1 year previously. These were randomly allocated, with a central randomisation system, following a sequence 1:1 to TAI or...

Bifid facial nerve with dual origin identified during resection of vestibular schwannoma.

Facial nerve identification and preservation is a critical step in the resection of vestibular schwannoma. The use of intraoperative neurostimulation to positively identify the facial nerve along its entire course is essential to prevent injury. This is the first reported case of a bifid facial nerve with a dual origin at the brainstem which we observed during resection of vestibular schwannoma via the translabyrinthine approach. Both roots were visualised to join as one facial nerve trunk outside the brain...


Implementation of a Postoperative Screening and Treatment Guidance for the Low Anterior Resection Syndrome: Preliminary Results.

Even years after a low anterior resection, many patients experience persisting bowel complaints. This is referred to as low anterior resection syndrome and has a severe adverse effect on quality of life. Its diverse nature makes it difficult to find a gold-standard therapy for this syndrome. However, most importantly, postoperative guidance appears to be suboptimal.

Dimensional Changes of the Tibial Nerve and Tarsal Tunnel in Different Ankle Joint Positions in Asymptomatic Subjects.

The tarsal tunnel is a clinically important fibrous osseous conduit for the tibial nerve and associated tendons. It is mechanically dynamic, and normal ankle movements appear to change the tunnel shape, potentially having an impact on the tibial nerve. The objective of this study was to measure changes in the tibial nerve and tarsal tunnel dimensions in plantarflexion and dorsiflexion of the ankle joint in healthy subjects. A cross-sectional study with 13 volunteer subjects and a total of 18 records was des...

"Posterior Tibial Nerve" or "Tibial Nerve"? Improving the reporting in health papers.

The primary objective of this study is to identify which term is the most appropriate to use according to anatomical nomenclature: "posterior tibial nerve" or "tibial nerve." Furthermore, this paper intends to show how the use of these terms in papers indexed in important health databases is numerous and to describe the anatomical characteristics of such nerve, to improve future scientific publications.

Differential gene and protein expression in gastrocnemius and tibialis anterior muscle following tibial and peroneal nerve injury in rats.

Peripheral nerve injury is encountered quite commonly in the clinic, and treatment results are often not satisfactory. Therefore, promoting nerve regeneration and functional recovery is a primary goal of neuroscience research. Recovery of corresponding target muscle can differ following peripheral nerve injury, but the reasons are unknown. Herein, we investigated differential gene and protein expression in gastrocnemius and tibialis anterior muscle following tibial and common peroneal nerve injury using RNA...

Greater medial tibial slope is associated with increased anterior tibial translation in females with an ACL-deficient knee.

The purpose of the study was to determine the correlation between medial tibial slope (MTS) and anterior tibial translation (ATT) in female patients with an ACL-deficient knee. It was hypothesized that female patients with a greater medial tibial slope had an increased anterior tibial translation compared to males.

The Low Anterior Resection Syndrome (LARS) in a reference population: prevalence and predictive factors in the Netherlands.

The Low Anterior Resection Syndrome (LARS) severely affects Quality of Life (QoL) after colorectal cancer surgery. There are no data about these complaints and the association with QoL in a reference population.

International consensus definition of low anterior resection syndrome.

Low anterior resection syndrome (LARS) is pragmatically defined as disordered bowel function after rectal resection leading to a detriment in quality of life. This broad characterization does not allow for precise estimates of prevalence. The LARS score was designed as a simple tool for clinical evaluation of LARS. Although the LARS score has good clinical utility, it may not capture all important aspects that patients may experience. The aim of this collaboration was to develop an international consensus d...

Neurolysis versus anterior transposition of the ulnar nerve in cubital tunnel syndrome: a 12 years single secondary specialist centre experience.

Various conservative treatments and surgical techniques have been reported in the literature as efficient and feasible measures to treat the cubital tunnel syndrome. However, there has been no consensus on the best management of the syndrome, and uniform standardised guidelines have not yet been accepted or introduced. With our study, we present our experience on the clinical efficacies and outcomes of the surgical techniques of neurolysis alone and neurolysis associated with ulnar nerve anterior transposit...

Efficacy of Auricular Neurostimulation in Adolescents With Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a Randomized, Double-Blind Trial.

Auricular neurostimulation therapy, in which a non-invasive device delivers percutaneous electrical nerve field stimulation (PENFS) to the external ear, is effective in pediatric patients with functional abdominal pain disorders. Preclinical studies showed that PENFS modulates central pain pathways and attenuates visceral hyperalgesia. We evaluated the efficacy of PENFS in adolescents with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Hypoglossal nerve injury with long nerve resection leading to slow motoneuron death.

Crush injury to peripheral nerves in adult animals is considered not to trigger retrograde neuronal cell death; however, several studies reported neuronal cell death following severe injuries including nerve transection, resection, or avulsion. However, the rate of neuronal cell death varied among studies. In this study, we evaluated the outcomes of very severe nerve injury by long nerve resection in adult rats. Right hypoglossal (XII) nerve was exposed, and a 9-mm section was resected. At 4, 8, and 12 week...

Avoiding complacency when treating uncontrolled seizures: why and how?

: Despite the advances in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, approximately 30% of the patients remain intractable. Uncontrolled seizures have deleterious consequences, including brain damage, cognitive decline, decreased quality of life, and increased mortality.: In this article, the authors discuss the treatment gap in patients with intractable epilepsy and the possible mechanisms of drug resistance. The authors provide a treatment algorithm for patients with intractable epilepsy, including non-pharm...

Cyclic testing of tibialis tendon allografts for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using suture-post versus spiked washer tibial fixation.

The purpose of this study was to directly compare spiked washer and suture-post tibial-sided fixation techniques used for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction by measuring anterior tibial translation during cyclic tests.

Treatment and evolution of chronic avulsion of the anterior tibial spine in the pediatric age.

Tibial spine avulsion fractures (also called tibial eminence fractures) are bony avulsions of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) from its insertion in the intercondylar eminence. It is most commonly seen in children aged eight to 12 years, because LCA is more resistent than bone and physis. Furthermore, the union between epiphisys and LCA is very strong due to the collagen fibers. Meyers and McKeever classification defines three types: type I: non displaced; type II: partially dislaced; and type III: comp...

Robotic First Rib Resection for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.

First rib resection is a key component of the treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS). We report our experience with, and technique for, robotic first rib resection.

Injury of the anterior branch of the posterior interosseous nerve.

Posterior interosseous nerve syndrome, a branch of the radial nerve at the level of the forearm, is characterized by the motor function loss of some or all of the muscles innervated distally.

Internal meniscus resections do not affect anterior knee joint stability.

Meniscus injuries lead to increased knee joint instability. Currently, however, it is unclear whether a relevant medial meniscus part resection leads to an increased ventral tibia translation with intact anterior cruciate ligament. The aim of our study was therefore to clinically examine the stabilizer function of at least 30% resected medial meniscus for anterior tibial translation.

Low Anterior Resection Syndrome.

Utility of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament Resection During Anterior Cervical Decompression for radiculopathy.

Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) is the main surgical treatment of cervical radiculopathy. Controversy exists about the need to resect the posterior longitudinal ligament (PLL) to directly decompress the nerve roots, or if it is sufficient to indirectly decompress with discectomy and graft placement.

En-Bloc Resection Versus Resection After Evacuation and Suction of the Content for Orbital Optic Nerve Glioma Causing Visual Loss and Disfiguring Proptosis.

To evaluate the surgical outcomes of two different techniques of resection for optic nerve gliomas confined to the intra-orbital segment.

Expert Commentary on Low Anterior Resection Syndrome.

Responsive neurostimulation targeting anterior thalamic nucleus in generalized epilepsy.

Responsive neurostimulation (RNS) has emerged as an adjunctive treatment modality for patients with intractable focal epilepsy who are not surgical candidates or have more than one ictal onset focus. We report a 34-year-old patient with intractable, childhood-onset, genetic generalized epilepsy (GGE) with tonic, atonic, myoclonic and absence seizures treated with RNS. Strip electrodes over the right posterior frontal cortex and depth electrodes placed in the right anterior nucleus were used for event detect...

Transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation in children and adolescents with functional constipation: A protocol for an interventional study.

A vast majority of children with functional constipation respond to the standard medical treatment. However, a subset of patients may present with an unsatisfactory response and only minor improvement of symptoms. Transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) involves electrical stimulation of the posterior tibial nerve at the level of the ankle, transcutaneously through electrodes fixated on the overlying skin. Stimulation of the tibial nerve can modulate urinary and defecatory function through ...


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