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EMM: Coloproctology offers the state of the art in coloproctology. the themes lined comprise anatomy, body structure, anal problems, dermatology, useful issues, inflammatory bowel illness, benign and malignant tumours, endoscopy, emergencies and discomfort syndromes. All chapters supply a complete assessment of etiology, occurrence, epidemiology, diagnostics, scientific and surgery, issues and person particular considerations.
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Dietary fibres, mainly bran, that do not undergo anaerobic bacterial fermentation retain water within stools. Accordingly, bran increases stool weight and reduces colonic transit time in most individuals. It is, however, important that extra fibre does not reduce colonic transit times in women with severe idiopathic constipation and may even further prolong transit times in patients with severely prolonged colonic transit times due to spinal cord lesions. partly under voluntary control from Onuf ’s nucleus in the ventral horn of the sacral spinal cord via the pudendal nerve and the perineal branch of S4 nerve.
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Transit of colonic contents is often unassociated with detectable pressure changes and may be due to changes in colonic tone. Two types of tone have been described: • Tetanic tone is generated by fusion of phasic contractions and is thus dependent on phasic activity and electrical spike potentials. • Specific tone is not associated with spike activity or phasic activity and is probably regulated by chemical processes. 3 Colonic Motility The following patterns of phasic colonic contractions have been identified: • Single non-propagating contractions • Antegrade pressure waves • Retrograde pressure waves • Periodic colonic motor activity Single non-propagating contractions are frequent and usually involve short segments of the colonic wall.