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Techniques in Coloproctology

, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp 479–485 | Cite as

Intracorporeal ileocolic anastomosis: a review

  • C. Tarta
  • M. Bishawi
  • R. Bergamaschi
Review

Abstract

This study is a narrative review of the current literature regarding intracorporeal ileocolic anastomosis in laparoscopic right colon resection for benign or malignant diseases of the right colon and terminal ileum. The search strategy included Medline, Embase, CINAHL, ACP Journal Club, and Cochrane databases with laparoscopic right colectomy and intracorporeal anastomosis as keywords. All retrieved references were screened by two independent blinded reviewers. Thirteen papers including 611 patients undergoing laparoscopic right colon resection with intracorporeal ileocolic anastomosis for benign or malignant diseases of the right colon and terminal ileum were identified. There were eight case series and five case control studies. Anastomoses were fashioned as antiperistaltic or isoperistaltic, totally stapled or stapled/handsewn. The mesenteric defect was mostly left open. Overall operating time ranged from 53 to 360 min. The most common specimen extraction site locations were periumbilical, suprapubic, or transvaginal with a median incision length ranging from 3 to 6 cm. The overall rate of surgical site infection was 2.7 %. The anastomotic leak rates varied from 0 to 8.5 %. Postoperative mortality was 0.12 %. Intracorporeal ileocolic anastomosis following laparoscopic resection of the right colon is not commonly performed, but offers potential benefits if carried out by experienced surgeons in selected patients.

Keywords

Review Laparoscopic intracorporeal anastomosis Laparoscopic right colon resection Benign disease Malignant disease Right colon Terminal ileum 

Notes

Conflict of interest

None.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Colon and Rectal SurgeryState University of New York, Stony BrookStony BrookUSA

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