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Revista chilena de cirugía

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BANNURA C, Guillermo et al. Enlarged cecostomy as an alternative for the protection of low colorrectal anastomoses. Rev Chil Cir [online]. 2014, vol.66, n.4, pp.345-350. ISSN 0718-4026.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-40262014000400009.

Background: Loop ileostomy, usually used as protection for low colorrectal anastomoses, has a significant number of complications. Aim: To assess the results of a new technique, called enlarged cecostomy for anastomotic protection. Material and Methods: The enlarged cecostomy technique, described herein, was applied to 12 consecutive patients, subjected to a radical resection for a low rectal cancer. Most procedures were performed after a neo-adjuvant therapy. The results obtained in these patients were compared with similar series of patients in whom a loop ileostomy was performed. Results: 4 low anterior resections and 8 ultra-low anterior resections were performed among patients subjected to enlarged cecostomy (11 laparoscopic). Among patients subjected to loop ileostomy, 8 low anterior resections and 4 ultra-low anterior resections were performed (4 laparoscopic). The execution lapse for enlarged cecostomy was 15 minutes and for loop ileostomy, 25 minutes. Patients subjected to cecostomy had a lower hospitalization time. This was because 4 patients had a dysfunction of the loop ileostomy. The degree of diversion was complete in 11 patients subjected to enlarged cecostomy. The ostomy was closed in 7 patients subjected to loop ileostomy and the same number of patients subjected to enlarged cecostomy. Conclusions: Enlarged cecostomy is a valid protection alternative for patients operated for low rectal cancer. It is easier to perform than loop ileostomy.

Palabras clave : Rectal cancer; cecostomy; ileostomy.

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