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Gábor István II. sz. Sebészeti Klinika, Semmelweis Egyetem, 1125, Budapest, Kútvölgyi út 4.

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Zoltán Lóderer Sebészeti Osztály, Veszprém Megyei Csolnoky Ferenc Kórház, Veszprém

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Az anorectalis régió daganatai miatt végzett abdominoperinealis exstirpatiót (APE) követő perinealis sebgyógyulási zavarok komoly kihívást jelentenek a sebész számára. A sebgyógyulás körüli szövődmények csökkentését célzó sebészi lehetőségek közé tartozik a myocutan lebennyel való perinealis rekonstrukció is. Cikkünk irodalmi áttekintést nyújt az abdominoperinealis exstripatiót követő verticalis rectus abdominis myocutan (VRAM) lebennyel végzett perinealis rekonstrukciók eredményeiről. A kombinált neoadjuváns radio-kemoterápia elterjedése és a sebészi radikalitás kiterjesztésének lehetősége olyan kettős kockázattal jár, melynek csökkentésére hasznos lehetőség a colorectalis és a plasztikai sebész együttműködése.

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