Endorectal pull-through procedure

endorectal pull-through procedure en·do·rec·tal pull-through procedure (ěn’dō-rěk’təl)
Removal of diseased rectal mucosa along with resection of the lower bowel, followed by anastomosis of the proximal stump to the anus.


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