Dec 19, 2017 · Background The ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (IPAA, shown in the image below) is a surgical procedure that is used to restore gastrointestinal continuity after surgical removal of the colon and rectum. Various conditions, including inflammatory states, cancer, or infection, may require the complete surgical removal of the colon and rectum. One hundred eighty-eight patients undergoing abdominal colectomy with distal mucosal proctectomy and endorectal ileal pouch-anal anastomosis were reviewed to assess long-term functional results and to identify factors that might influence them. There was no postoperative mortality, but 10 patients Cited by: 162.
J-Pouch What it is. In this procedure, also called IPAA (ileal pouch-anal anastomosis), your surgeon removes the part of your bowel that's causing trouble, including your colon and rectum. Ileoanal anastomosis is a surgical procedure in which the large intestine is bypassed and the lower portion of the small intestine is directly attached to the anal canal. It is .
Restorative proctocolectomy with ileal pouch-anal anastomosis is the surgical therapy of choice for patients with chronic ulcerative colitis and the majority of patients with familial adenomatous polyposis. It restores gastrointestinal continuity, re-establishes transanal defecation, and avoids a permanent stoma.Cited by: 63. to Ileal J-Pouch Anal Anastomosis (IPAA) Surgery Absorption of nutrients Absorption of water & electrolytes Storage of formed stool The GI Tract. What is an ileal J-pouch? After the colon & rectum are removed, the end of the small intestine (ileum) is used to create an internal pouch that is attached to the anal canal A temporary diverting.
This is also often referred to as a ‘J-pouch’, internal pouch or ileal-anal pouch. It is nicknamed a ‘J-pouch’ because the pouch resembles the letter J. There are also other pouch shapes which are known as ‘S-pouch’ and ‘W-pouch’ because of their shape.