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Colorectal resection Anterior

Resection Adequate clearance of at least 2 cm is needed proximal and distal to the tumour. Clamps are placed at the distal and proximal resection sites. The lower rectum and anus are washed via proctoscope with antiseptic solution. The bowel is then divided between the proximal and distal clamps. Anastomosis Most surgeons use a stapling gun. The gun is inserted PR by an assistant and the distal rectum is sutured around the stapler with a purse string. Meanwhile, the proximal bowel end is sutured around the receiving end of the stapler gun (the anvil). The stapler is now closed, which results in a ring of bowel being excised and the two ends being stapled together. The 'doughnut' tissue excised is examined to ensure a complete ring. The anastomosis can be checked by submerging underwater and inflating air into the anus from a proctoscope to look for bubbles.

Clinical Features

A thorough travel and exposure history is critical, since in developed countries most patients with amebiasis will be immigrants or travelers from areas with endemic amebiasis. Symptoms of amebic colitis are typically a several-week history of gradual onset of abdominal pain and tenderness, diarrhea and bloody stools. The relative subtlety of presentation is demonstrated by one series in which patients with amebic colitis had an average duration of prehospital illness of 21 days, compared to 4 days for patients with shigellosis (Speelman et al., 1987). Weight loss is common although fever is present in only the minority (838 ) of patients with amebic colitis (Speelman

Antimicrobial Therapy

We provide clients with 3 day courses of a quinolone for self-therapy. We ask them to re-evaluate themselves when the next dose of antibiotic would be due. If they are still passing unformed stools, or fever or passage of bloody stools was a feature of their disease, we recommend that they finish the full 3 days of antibiotic. Otherwise, we feel that single-dose antibiotic therapy usually suffices.

Gastrointestinal haemorrhage

Lower GI Acute Upper GI bleeding, diverticulitis, angiodysplasia, colitis (inflammatory, ulcerative, infective, ischaemic), colonic polyps or carcinoma. More rarely, Meckel's diverticulum, small bowel tumours, aortoenteric fistula. Chronic Haemorrhoids, anal fissure, IBD.

Gastrointestinal complications

After radiation is completed, acute symptoms usually return to baseline within 3-8 weeks. In patients with T1-T2 tumors, long-term (late) side effects persist in a low percentage of patients, manifesting as persistent diarrhea, tenesmus, rectal anal strictures or hematochezia.48 The reported incidence of radiation proctitis ranges from 2 to 39 , depending upon the definition used, and the dose and field of radiation therapy employed. In a review of the experience of multi-institutional RTOG randomized trials 7506 and 7706, the use of non-conformal EBRT was associated with a 3.3 incidence of grade 3-5 late GI toxicity.49

Screening of Asymptomatic Individuals

Diarrhea persisting for more than 2 weeks should also prompt a search for the etiologic agent. A foul odor with nonbloody but greasy-looking stool and excessive flatulence suggests a diagnosis of giardiasis. Bloody stool in a febrile child suggests a bacterial etiology such as shigello-sis. Bloody stool in an afebrile child could represent amebiasis.

Causes of iron deficiency Table

Oesophageal varices, hiatus hernia, peptic ulcer, aspirin ingestion, hookworm, hereditary telangiectasia, carcinoma of the stomach, caecum or colon, ulcerative colitis, angiodysplasia, Meckel's diverticulum, diverticulosis, haemorrhoids, etc. Haematuria (e.g. renal or bladder lesion), haemoglobinuria (e.g. paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria) Overt haemoptysis, idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis

IH Commonly asymptomatic

Bleeding, usually bright red blood, on toilet paper or dripping into pan after passage of stool, can be on surface of stool but never mixed within. Alarm symptoms should be absent (weight loss, anaemia, change in bowel habit, passage of clotted, dark blood or mucus mixed with stool). Other symptoms are itching, anal lumps or prolapsing tissue. External haemorrhoids that have become thrombosed can cause severe pain. _E 1st or 2nd degree haemorrhoids are not usually apparent on external inspection, and uncomplicated haemorrhoids are impalpable and only seen on proctoscopy, where they are evident as red granular mucosal swellings bulging into view on straining and withdrawal of the proctoscope at 3, 7 and 11 o'clock. Differential diagnoses include anal tags, anal fissure, rectal prolapse, polyps or tumour. _P Excessive straining causes engorgement of the cushions, together with shearing by hard stools resulting in disruption of tissue organisation, hypertrophy and fragmentation of muscle...

Blood supply

The anal canal connects with the rectum at the point where it passes through a muscular pelvic diaphragm. The upper region of the anal canal has 5 to 10 vertical folds in the mucous membrane lining, called the anal, or rectal, columns each column contains a small artery and vein. These are the terminal portions of the blood vessels that furnish the rectal and anal areas they are susceptible to enlargement, commonly known as haemorrhoids. The mucous membrane of the upper portion of the rectum is similar to that in the rest of the large intestine it contains mucus-producing and absorptive cells. Drugs absorbed from the lower rectum and anal canal are transported via these haemorrhoidal plexuses and internal iliac veins to the vena cava, and thus have the advantage of avoiding first pass elimination. However, not all rectally absorbed drug passes through this route, as the veins in this region are heavily anastomosed, causing a fraction of the blood flow to return via the hepatic portal...

Diarrhea

When judged necessary, however, traveling children may carry antibiotics to use presumptively in the event of severe travelers' diarrhea. Of course, diarrheal illness with bloody stool or with fever should prompt the family to seek medical attention. In the United States, ciprofloxacin (10mgkg_1 twice daily) is not generally used for children due to concerns about musculoskeletal toxicity. In fact, this medication seems safe in children (Schaad et al., 1995 Jick, 1997), but both the benefit and the potential risk would need to be considered in making individual decisions for prepubertal children. Co-trimoxazole (dose calculated based on 5 mg of the trimethoprim component per kilogram of body weight twice daily for 5 days) is safe in children and may readily be used for travelers' diarrhea in many areas of the world, however, the microorganisms causing diarrhea are increasingly resistant to this product. Azithromycin has shown good efficacy against some of the etiologic agents of...

Complications

Hematochezia or rectal bleeding was uncommon is both groups, occurring daily in 4 and weekly in 7 .70 In the MSKCC comparison of 3D conformal XRT and IMRT in 1100 patients, IMRT had significantly less rectal toxicity.67 In this study, 3D conformal XRT had a dose-dependent increase in the occurrence of late rectal toxicity, with the 5-year actuarial incidence of Grade 2 rectal toxicity calculated at 14 for radiation doses 75.6 Gy compared with 5 for lower doses. IMRT significantly reduced the incidence of late Grade 2 rectal toxicity, with a 3-year actuarial incidence of 2 for patients receiving 81 Gy compared with 14 at the same dose level by 3D conformal XRT. The overall rate of late Grade 3 rectal toxicity was only 1 , with 12 patients requiring at least one transfusion or cauterization procedure for rectal

Intussusception

Upper Abdomen Purtrugion

The classic clinical presentation is characterized by acute (colic) abdominal pain with drawing up of the legs, currant-jelly stools or hematochezia, and a palpable abdominal mass. These findings, however, are present in less than 50 of children with intussusception (DaneMan and Alton 1996). The onset of nonspecific abdominal symptoms in which vomitus predominates, the absence of passage of blood via the rectum (usually in cases of less than 48 h duration), and the inability to obtain a reliable clinical history may lead to dismissal of the diagnosis of intussusception in some cases. In some instances lethargy or convulsion is the predominant sign or symptom, this situation resulting in consideration of a neurologic disorder. Some cases in which the diagnosis is considerably delayed manifest as shock of unknown origin due to the progression of the disease to mechanical obstruction causing vascular comprise and bowel infarction. On the other hand, less than 50 of children with clinical...

Blood loss

Blood loss is the most common cause of iron deficiency in adults. A loss of more than about 6-8 mL of blood (3-4 mg of iron) daily becomes of importance, as this equals the maximum amount of iron that can be absorbed from a normal diet. The loss is usually from the genital tract in women or from the gastrointestinal tract in either sex. The most common cause on a world basis is infestation with hookworm, in which anaemia is related to the degree of infestation. In the UK, menorrhagia, haemorrhoids and peptic ulceration are common, as well as gastric bleeding because of salicylates or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, hiatus hernia, colonic diverticulosis and bowel tumours (Table 3.6). Some unusual causes of blood loss deserve mention. Cow's milk intolerance in infants may lead to gastrointestinal haemorrhage. Self-induced haemorrhage may occur as an unusual form of Munchausen syndrome. Chronic intravascular haemolysis, such as that in paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria or...

Eosinophilia

After excluding schistosomiasis and filarial infections, the most common imported causes of eosinophilia are intestinal nematode infections such as hookworm infection, trichuriasis and strongyloidiasis. Trichuris trichuria is often asymptomatic but heavy infections can cause bloody diarrhoea and even rectal prolapse in young children. Patients with hookworm may have abdominal pain but anaemia is only caused by heavy infections, especially in malnourished children.

Technique

With the probe at the highest level possible and with good visualisation of the rectal wall, images are obtained at 1-cm intervals as the probe is withdrawn. The exact level of the transducer tip can be read off the metal shaft of the ultrasound probe. More closely spaced images (0.5 cm) are obtained in the area of any abnormality. The balloon may have to be deflated and reinflated to maintain good acoustic contact with the rectal wall as the probe is withdrawn down the rectum. Once the entire rectum down to the anal sphincter has been evaluated, the balloon is fully deflated and the probe is removed from the rectum. The entire length of the rectal tumour is carefully examined and it is not uncommon to require several passes along the full length of the tumour to gain all the information that is necessary. In some instances, two to six passes may be required to properly stage a rectal cancer. In most instances the use of a large bore proctoscope serves several purposes (Sapimed,...

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