Use of a Heineke-Mikulicz Like Stricturoplasty for Skin Level Anal Strictures in Children with Anorectal Malformations

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Author: Carlos Reck
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Specialties: Pediatric Surgery
Schools: University of Ibadan
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Taiwo Lawal

Richard Wood

Victoria Lane

Alessandra Gasior

Karen Diefenbach

Marc Levitt

Anal strictures in children who have had anorectoplasties for anorectal malformation, although largely preventable, can be of two types; at the skin level or more extensive in nature. Skin level strictures are preventable and usually treatable by anal dilations but require surgery when intractable. We recently introduced a modification of the Heineke-Mikulicz technique to treat this problem, able to be performed in an ambulatory setting and without a protective colostomy. The aim of this article is to describe the technique and outcome in a series of patients.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17797/dvy3xhv1k0

Editor Recruited By: Robert C. Shamberger, MD

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