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coloproctology

, Volume 40, Issue 1, pp 47–48 | Cite as

Transanale Hämorrhoiden-Dearterialisation vs. selektive Stapler-Hämorrhoidopexie

Kurzzeitergebnisse
  • R. Proßt
Journal Club

Originalpublikation

Leung ALH et al (2017) A prospective randomized controlled trial evaluating the short-term outcomes of transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization versus tissue-selecting technique. Tech Coloproctol. 21(9):737–743.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10151-017-1669-x

Hintergrund.

Die gewebeschonende, selektive Stapler-Hämorrhoidopexie („tissue-selecting technique“, TST) ist eine neue Hämorrhoidaloperation, die durch Vermeidung einer zirkulären Klammernaht die unauffälligen Schleimhautbrücken zwischen den Hämorrhoidalkonvoluten intakt lässt. Ziel dieser Studie war die vergleichende Auswertung der Kurzzeitergebnisse der TST und der transanalen Hämorrhoiden-Dearterialisation (THD).

Methoden.

Patienten mit symptomatischen Hämorrhoiden wurden in 2 Gruppen randomisiert: 1. TST, 2. THD. Deren demographische und perioperativen Daten, postoperative Schmerz-Scores, Rezidivraten und Patientenzufriedenheit-Scores wurden evaluiert. Patienten mit akut thrombosierten Hämorrhoiden,...

Transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization vs. tissue-selecting technique

Short-term outcomes

Notes

Interessenkonflikt

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Proktologisches Institut StuttgartStuttgartDeutschland

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