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RESECTION OF THE COLON BY INTUSSUSCEPTION: A ONE STAGE INTERIORIZATION PROCEDURE RESULTING IN AN END TO END ANASTOMOSIS

RESECTION OF THE COLON BY INTUSSUSCEPTION: A ONE STAGE INTERIORIZATION PROCEDURE RESULTING IN AN... Abstract More than two hundred and seventy-five technical procedures1 have been devised to diminish the amount of contamination of the peritoneal cavity incidental to resection of portions of the large bowel. The fact that no method has yet proved entirely satisfactory has led to attempts to reduce the risk of infection by measures directed toward increasing the resistance of the patient. These attempts have consisted for the most part of more careful preoperative preparation of the patient, use of intraperitoneal injections designed to increase local immunity and more widespread use of multiple stage operations. In general, the technical procedures for extirpation of a portion of the colon with subsequent reestablishment of intestinal continuity may be divided into two groups. In one group, the peritoneum and the bowel are opened at the same time, and the various technics are directed toward securing the least possible amount of soiling, either by appropriate References 1. Poth, E. J.: A Clean Intestinal Anastomosis , Arch. Surg. 28:1087 ( (June) ) 1934.Crossref 2. Bloch, O.: On Extra-Abdominal Treatment of Intestinal Cancer , Nord. med. ark. 24:1, 1892. 3. Paul, F. T.: Colectomy , Brit. M. J. 1:1136, 1895.Crossref 4. Von Mikulicz, J.: Small Contributions to the Surgery of the Intestinal Tract , Boston M. & S. J. 148:608, 1903. 5. Leichtenstern, O.: Ueber Darm-Invagination: III , Vrtljschr. f. d. prakt. Heilk. 121:17, 1874. 6. Guinard, A.: Traitement des hernies gangrenées par l'invagination totale ou partielle , Assoc. franç. de chir., Proc.-verb. 9:455, 1895. 7. Summers, J. E.: Invagination of Limited Annular Gangrene of the Small Bowel Versus Resection , J. A. M. A. 51:472 ( (Aug. 8) ) 1908 8. The Treatment of Annular Gangrene of the Small Bowel by Invagination Versus Resection , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 44:374, 1927. 9. MacFee, W. F.: Resection with Aseptic End-to-End Anastomosis for Carcinoma of the Colon , Ann. Surg. 106:701, 1937. 10. Mayo, C. H.: Wrinkles and Recipes in Intestinal Surgery , Ann. Surg. 98:830, 1933. 11. Halsted, W. S.: Circular Suture of the Intestine: An Experimental Study , Am. J. M. Sc. 94:436, 1887 12. Surgical Papers , Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1924, vol. 1, p. 185. 13. Martzloff, K. H.; Moore, P. H., and Gardner, J.: Aseptic End-to-End Intestinal Anastomosis: A Report of One Hundred and Ninety-Seven Experimental Anastomoses in Dogs , West. J. Surg. 47:611, 1939. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Surgery American Medical Association

RESECTION OF THE COLON BY INTUSSUSCEPTION: A ONE STAGE INTERIORIZATION PROCEDURE RESULTING IN AN END TO END ANASTOMOSIS

Archives of Surgery , Volume 42 (3) – Mar 1, 1941

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Abstract

Abstract More than two hundred and seventy-five technical procedures1 have been devised to diminish the amount of contamination of the peritoneal cavity incidental to resection of portions of the large bowel. The fact that no method has yet proved entirely satisfactory has led to attempts to reduce the risk of infection by measures directed toward increasing the resistance of the patient. These attempts have consisted for the most part of more careful preoperative preparation of the patient, use of intraperitoneal injections designed to increase local immunity and more widespread use of multiple stage operations. In general, the technical procedures for extirpation of a portion of the colon with subsequent reestablishment of intestinal continuity may be divided into two groups. In one group, the peritoneum and the bowel are opened at the same time, and the various technics are directed toward securing the least possible amount of soiling, either by appropriate References 1. Poth, E. J.: A Clean Intestinal Anastomosis , Arch. Surg. 28:1087 ( (June) ) 1934.Crossref 2. Bloch, O.: On Extra-Abdominal Treatment of Intestinal Cancer , Nord. med. ark. 24:1, 1892. 3. Paul, F. T.: Colectomy , Brit. M. J. 1:1136, 1895.Crossref 4. Von Mikulicz, J.: Small Contributions to the Surgery of the Intestinal Tract , Boston M. & S. J. 148:608, 1903. 5. Leichtenstern, O.: Ueber Darm-Invagination: III , Vrtljschr. f. d. prakt. Heilk. 121:17, 1874. 6. Guinard, A.: Traitement des hernies gangrenées par l'invagination totale ou partielle , Assoc. franç. de chir., Proc.-verb. 9:455, 1895. 7. Summers, J. E.: Invagination of Limited Annular Gangrene of the Small Bowel Versus Resection , J. A. M. A. 51:472 ( (Aug. 8) ) 1908 8. The Treatment of Annular Gangrene of the Small Bowel by Invagination Versus Resection , Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 44:374, 1927. 9. MacFee, W. F.: Resection with Aseptic End-to-End Anastomosis for Carcinoma of the Colon , Ann. Surg. 106:701, 1937. 10. Mayo, C. H.: Wrinkles and Recipes in Intestinal Surgery , Ann. Surg. 98:830, 1933. 11. Halsted, W. S.: Circular Suture of the Intestine: An Experimental Study , Am. J. M. Sc. 94:436, 1887 12. Surgical Papers , Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1924, vol. 1, p. 185. 13. Martzloff, K. H.; Moore, P. H., and Gardner, J.: Aseptic End-to-End Intestinal Anastomosis: A Report of One Hundred and Ninety-Seven Experimental Anastomoses in Dogs , West. J. Surg. 47:611, 1939.

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Archives of SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 1, 1941

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