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Extended Right Hemicolectomy With Primary Anastomosis
I had a laparoscopic colectomy with ileorectal anastomosis surgery on 1/18 and I am experiencing cramping when i lay down and at night. Is this normal?
I recently had a total colectomy with ileorectal anastomosis for severe chronic inertiia that was unresponsive to other treatmentswhen they removed my colon they were surprised to find some areas of early stage cancer as well I had been undergoing regular
What is a subtotal colectomy with small bowel sigmoid anastomosis appearing at the level of upper pelvis mean?
Explain : subtotal colectomy w/small bowel sigmoid anastomoses which appears to be at the level of the upper pelvis?
My recommendation: Is not to do any heavy lifting or straining for 6 weeks post op, you can do walking or tread mill on a relatively flat incline anytime after surgery. Best to check with your surgeon for their preferences. ...Read more
The next day: I get my patient out of bed either on the night of surgery or the next day and get them walking several times per day. From that point on you can increase your walking as desired so long as keep yourself well hydrated and minimize steep inclines or steps. ...Read more
Depends on: A lot of factors. Whether the operation is done via laparoscopy or open, whether there are any associated local problems, whether there are any co-existing medical problems, the person's age, general health status. In general, the hospitalization is about one week, time spent in home recovery is several weeks. ...Read more
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