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Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defaecation

Raymond Kerremans

Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defaecation

by Raymond Kerremans

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Published by Arscia in Bruxelles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Defecation.,
  • Anus.,
  • Rectum.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] R. Kerremans. Foreword by A. M. Connell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP156 .K46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination294 p.
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4058039M
    LC Control Number79490090

    Title A study of some of the psychological issues affecting women undergoing treatment for urinary incontinence. Background There is evidence suggesting that effective clinical treatment of urinary incontinence (UI) is not reflected in patients’ quality of life reports or in psychological : Katharine Hilary Loane. try tests were performed in 17 controls before and after superficial local anal anesthesia and in 6 controls before and after spinal anesthesia. The same tests were performed in 1 patient before and after injected local anal anesthesia and in 3 patients with spinal cord lesions at levels Th3 to L3. RESULTS: RESULTS:After superficial local anal anesthesia, anal electrosensitivity decreased, but.

    Free Continence & Catheter Care Supplement Nurses must take a positive approach to continence care. Retention of urine and incontinence has a major detrimental impact on a person's life and nurses have an important role to play in supporting patients. Incontinence is a problem which can affect almost anybody and each person needs a skilled. 7. Psychosocial impact of urinary continence. 7sychosocial impact of urinary continence. P. It might seem self-evident that incontinence has a psychosocial impact on the individual. However, it is valuable to consider the reasons for this, because it may guide the type and quality of .

    INTRODUCTION: Anal incontinence, the involuntary loss of flatus or stool per anus, afflicts far more women than is often appreciated. 1, 2, 3 Social embarrassment, fear about the cause, or even a misconception that incontinence is part of the normal aging process may prevent a patient from revealing these symptoms to her gynecologist. 4, 5, 6 The severity of the condition often mandates. Abstract. The responses of the external anal sphincter and the internal anal sphincter to rectal distension were studied in 18 female patients who had idiopathic faecal incontinence with perineal descent and 11 female control subjects, by measuring pressures at six sites within the anal canal and the electrical activity of the external sphincter.


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Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defaecation. Bruxelles, Arscia, (OCoLC) Online version: Kerremans, Raymond. Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defaecation. Bruxelles, Arscia, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Kerremans.

Phillips SF, Edwards DA. Some aspects of anal continence and defaecation. Gut. Aug; 6 (4)– [PMC free article] PORTER NH. A physiological study of the pelvic floor in rectal prolapse.

Ann R Coll Surg Engl. Dec; – [PMC free article]Cited by: The Physiology of Human Defecation Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Digestive Diseases and Sciences 57(6) February w Reads How we measure 'reads'. Kerremans R () Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defecation.

Arscia S A, Bruxelles Google Scholar Lestar B, Penninckx F, Kerremans R () The composition of anal basal pressure: an in vivo and in vitro study in man.

Author(s): Kerremans,Raymond Title(s): Morphological and physiological aspects of anal continence and defaecation. Country of Publication: Belgium Publisher: Brussel, Arscia Uitgaven, Description: p. illus. Language: English MeSH: Anal Canal*; Defecation* Notes: Proefschrift voor de graad van geaggregeerde - Louvain.

The innervation of the anal sphincter complex is a mixed sympathetic and parasympathetic crossed over system that provides redundant safeguards to continence.

Normal continence and defecation require intact sensation and motor control and reflexes to sense, retain, and voluntarily expect the rectal contents at a socially appropriate time and by: 1. Obstructed defaecation in the descending perineum syndrome has been attributed to anterior mucosal prolapse.

Manometric and radiological measurements together with evacuation proctograms in 49 patients with obstructed defaecation and normal whole gut transit times were carried out and compared in a total of 25 controls.

Proctography delineated four groups: (I) puborectalis Cited by: Explain the physiological aspects of normal defecation: Physical conditions that impair anal sphincter function or control cause incontinence.

Conditions that create frequent, loose, large-volume, watery stools also predispose to incontinence. (Book) 11 Terms.

Rocknursing Fundamentals of Nursing, Vital Signs 67 Terms. rafatgl. Kerremans, R. () Morphological and Physiological Aspects of Anal Continence and Defaecation, Editions Arscia, Brussels. Milligan, E. and C. Morgan ()Surgical anatomy of the anal canal with special reference to ano-rectal fistulae, Lancet, 2: Cited by: The anal sphincter is a relatively simple structure that undertakes the relatively complex function of maintaining continence.

Not only do the anal sphincters regulate faecal continence, but also they are increasingly recognised as controlling defaecation and are integral to our understanding of the physiology of defaecation and by: T1 - Anatomy and physiology of continence.

AU - Bharucha, Adil E. AU - Blandon, Roberta E. AU - Lunniss, Peter J. AU - Scott, S. Mark. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - Webster's dictionary defines continence as the ability to retain a bodily discharge voluntarily.

The word has its origins from the Latin continere or teuere, which means to by: 5. anal sphincter injury and faecal continence Michelle Fynes MT) MRCOG bstetric trauma is the most important aetiological 0 factor in the pathogenesis of faecal incontinence in women, the emotional.

psychological and social problems of which can be both embarrassing and debilit- ating.'~* Symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction and altered Cited by: 4.

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It succeedssplendidly in this objective. Morphological and Physiological Aspects of Anal Continence and Defaecation, edited byR. Kerremans(PressesAcadem-iques, Brussels). This is a study in depth of ano-rectal function.

It presents a very detailed. determination of the usual elimination pattern, patients description of usual stool characteristics, identification of routines followed to promote normal elimination, assessment of the use of artificial aids at home, presence and status of bowel diversions, changes in appetite, diet history, description of daily fluid intake, history of surgery or illness, medication history, emotional state.

Fecal Continence depends on a closed and empty anal canal, which in turn depends on four main factors: The integrity of the two anal sphincters: (the internal anal sphincter (IAS) and the external anal sphincter (EAS); both anal sphincters must be intact with healthy and strong : Abdel Karim M.

El Hemaly, Laila A.E.S. Mousa, Magdy S. Al Sayed Ibrahim M. Kandil, Mohammad Abdel Za. Pathological physiology and treatment of the vestibular fistulas: The new concept of the pathophysiology of low anorectal new operation, saving the anal canal and sphinctes.

[Levin, Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pathological physiology and treatment of the vestibular fistulas: The new concept of the pathophysiology of low anorectal Author: Michael Levin. Fecal incontinence (FI), also known as anal incontinence, or in some forms encopresis, is a lack of control over defecation, leading to involuntary loss of bowel contents—including flatus (gas), liquid stool elements and mucus, or solid is a sign or a symptom, not a inence can result from different causes and might occur with either constipation or lty: Gastroenterology.

External anal sphincter atrophy could only be demonstrated on MRI. Eight of 20 patients had external anal sphincter atrophy. Continence was restored in 13 patients. Outcome was significantly better in those without external anal sphincter atrophy (11 of 12 patients versus two of eight; P = 0).Cited by: The authors discuss thoroughly the indications for surgical treatment, its application to the individual patient, and post-operative care.

The comprehensive scope of this book makes it a rich source of information for surgeons working outside highly specialized centers. For specialists, it is the only practical reference available on the by:.

continence assessment tool was incorporated into the pre-existing multidisciplinary team sheet rather than being issued as a ‘stand alone ‘document. This meant that the components of the continence assessment were more likely to be documented. Success of .The physiological value of continence.

An opinion has gained ground in modern times, not only among the general public, but also among physicians, that the belief in the physiological value of continence belongs to the dark ages of religious superstitions and scientific ignorance, and is incompatible with physiological knowledge.Continence NZ contracted Sapere Research Group (Sapere) to undertake an independent analysis of the current state of continence services in District Health Boards (DHBs) in New Zealand.

The purpose is to profile what is currently happening for service delivery against known good practice and then to make comment on that for the future for New Zealand.