Jadd Koury, MD, Scott Goldstein, MD
Thomas Jefferson University
Anastomotic leaks resulting from a low anterior resection (LAR) remain a vexing problem. While many leaks will close with time, some leaks require resection and reanastomosis. Resecting a prior low anastomosis is a major undertaking and is best avoided when possible. We offer a novel technique to deal with a chronic anastomotic sinus following a colo-anal anastomosis using transanal minimally invasive surgery.
Session: Video Channel Day 1
Program Number: V066