Evidence - Delorme’s procedure in rectal prolapse - general and visceral surgery
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The above technique and its various modifications have resulted in largely very good results with success rates of over 80% in most cases.
References on this topic
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• Zacharin FR. Pelvic floor anatomy and the surgery of pulsion enterocele. Berlin: Springer, 1985.