Soave Procedure

Soave Procedure

The endorectal pull-through procedure essentially requires the removal of the rectal mucosa and submucosa to create an aganglionic cuff through which normal ganglionic intestine is brought through. In most cases, this can be performed as a primary or one-stage procedure, avoiding the need for a leveling colostomy. Advantages of an endorectal dissection include the avoidance of trauma to sensory nerves in the rectum and preservation of the internal sphincter.


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