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faecal incontinence
Twenty per cent had "current incontinence", although another 30% had had at least one episode of faecal incontinence more than 3 months previously.
      
Some patients had both constipation and faecal incontinence.
      
Twenty-eight had bowel symptoms: 8 constipation, 10 constipation and infrequent faecal urgency, 4 infrequent faecal incontinence and 6 frequent faecal incontinence.
      
The presence of faecal incontinence correlated strongly with reduced rectal sensation.
      
The findings suggest that faecal incontinence can at least partly be explained by low anal sphincter pressure and poor rectal sensation.
      
Sixty-four of 221 (29%) patients had experienced faecal incontinence, and 120 of 221 (54%) were constipated.
      
In spite of the progress in the field of surgical treatment of anorectal malformations, faecal incontinence is, in variable degrees, still an unpleasant and frequent postoperative sequela.
      
The current role of imaging techniques in faecal incontinence
      
Faecal incontinence is a common multifactorial disorder.
      
Major causes of faecal incontinence are related to vaginal delivery and prior anorectal surgery.
      
The major role of imaging techniques in faecal incontinence is visualising the structural and functional integrity of the anal sphincter complex.
      
Recent studies have suggested that external phased array MR imaging and three-dimensional endoanal sonography are also valuable tools in the diagnostic work up of faecal incontinence.
      
This article demonstrates the current role of tests, predominantly imaging tests, in the diagnostic work up of faecal incontinence.
      
Following the description of the antegrade continence enema (ACE) 7 years ago, it has become widely performed and accepted as the most successful treatment for intractable faecal incontinence.
      
Differential neurogenic damage to the muscles of the pelvic floor in children with faecal incontinence
      
Levatorplasty using a posterior sagittal approach in secondary faecal incontinence
      
Levatorplasty has been used successfully in children with secondary faecal incontinence.
      
Between August 1985 and December 1989, 13 children underwent levatorplasty using a posterior sagittal approach for faecal incontinence following primary operations for imperforate anus.
      
Control of faecal incontinence using the Malone antegrade continence enema procedure: a critical appraisal
      
Intractable faecal incontinence remains a major clinical challenge.
      
 

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