Séquelles fonctionnelles de la chirurgie carcinologique du rectum

Functional sequelae of rectal cancer surgery

Résumé

Les options thérapeutiques du cancer du rectum poursuivent les objectifs principaux d’un meilleur contrôle local du cancer et d’une amélioration de la survie des malades traités. Cependant, les fonctions de continence fécale et génito-urinaire sont parfois altérées. Les patients doivent donc être pleinement informés des effets indésirables et les chirurgiens doivent mettre en place les meilleures options afin d’en réduire les risques (réservoir colique, préservation sphinctérienne).

Abstract

The development of therapeutic options for rectal cancer strives to reach the ultimate goals of improved local control and overall survival. However, preserving continence, as well as genitourinary and sexual function, remains elusive in some patients. Loss of bowel control may be the most unsettling factor in terms of quality of life. Patients must be accurately informed about the surgery’s possible adverse effects, and surgeons must offer the best options (e.g. colostomy bag or sphincteroplasty) in order to minimize these complaints.

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Siproudhis, L., Alvès, A. & Eléouet, M. Séquelles fonctionnelles de la chirurgie carcinologique du rectum. Côlon Rectum 1, 18–22 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11725-006-0007-7

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Mots clés

  • Cancer
  • Rectum
  • Incontinence
  • Réservoir colique

Keywords

  • Cancer
  • Rectum
  • Incontinence
  • Colostomy bag