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  • 2010-03-17

Laparoscopic treatment of peritonitis after low anterior resection

Epublication WebSurg.com, Mar 2010;10(03). URL:
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Low anterior resection (LAR) is usually the procedure of choice for rectal cancer, but a series of complications often accompany this procedure. Peritonitis caused by anastomotic leakage is a dramatic event. In this lecture, Professor Eric Rullier presents a case of peritonitis after LAR and discusses the options for treatment.