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Figure 6.12. End-to-side anastomosis. (A) Film from a double-contrast barium enema demonstrates a normal end-to-side rectosigmoid anastomosis. (B) Lateral film from a single-contrast barium enema shows an end-to-side anastomosis with a long closed-off side. A long side pouch can be confused with a leak, or may act as a blind loop. (C) Another postoperative patient with an end-to-side anastomosis with a long closed-off side pouch. (D) Endoscopic view in the same patient.

Figure 6.12. End-to-side anastomosis. (A) Film from a double-contrast barium enema demonstrates a normal end-to-side rectosigmoid anastomosis. (B) Lateral film from a single-contrast barium enema shows an end-to-side anastomosis with a long closed-off side. A long side pouch can be confused with a leak, or may act as a blind loop. (C) Another postoperative patient with an end-to-side anastomosis with a long closed-off side pouch. (D) Endoscopic view in the same patient.

Figure 6.13. Side-to-side anastomosis. Double-contrast barium enema after colonic resection showing a side-to-side anastomosis.

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