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The artificial bowel sphincter in the treatment of fecal incontinence, long-term complications

Video Author: van der Wilt AA, Breukink SO, sturkenboom R, et al.
Published on: 07.14.2020
Associated with: Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 63(8):1134-1141, August 2020

Patients with severe end-stage fecal incontinence can benefit from artificial bowel sphincter, but this requires a large number of reoperations, and at least 20% of patients will eventually have a colostomy. Therefore, careful patient selection and the involvement of patients in decision making regarding the potential benefits and limitations of this technique are paramount.

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2019 Best Videos of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: C. Harnsberger*1, K. Alavi1, J. Davids1, P. Sturrock1, C. Ellis1, J. Maykel1; 1Worcester, MA
Duration: 4:00

2019 Best Videos of the ASCRS Annual Meeting

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives high-quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous, and unbiased peer-review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive THE BARTON HOEXTER, MD, BEST VIDEO AWARD. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting. Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the Society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 12:50
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Youn Young Park, M.D., Ph.D.
Duration: 3:13
Bowel function recovers with time after the restoration of bowel continuity. A short time interval, handsewn anastomosis, preoperative chemoradiation, and ileostomy were significantly associated with poor bowel function or major fecal incontinence. Surgeons should discuss postoperative bowel dysfunction and its predictive factors with the patients.
Creator: Gilles Manceau M.D., Ph.D.
Duration: 3:09
Elderly patients have high morbidity with lower survival in the highest age ranges of elderly subgroups. These data should be considered when deciding on an operative approach.
Creator: Sameh Emile, M.D.
Duration: 2:37
Patients treated with external anal sphincter–sparing seton after rerouting of the fistula tract achieved quicker healing and less postoperative pain than those with conventional drainage seton. Postoperative complication and recurrence rates were comparable in both groups.
Creator: Sebastiano Biondo, M.D., Ph.D.
Duration: 3:57
Transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization with mucopexy is associated with a shorter need for postoperative analgesia compared with vessel-sealing device hemorrhoidectomy.
Creator: Ipek Sapci, Jim P Tiernan, Emre Gorgun
Duration: 3:58
Video Vignette: AUGUST 2019
Creator: Kerollos N. Wanis
Duration: 2:02
Given currently available data and within the limitations of a model-based decision-analytic approach, the effectiveness of routine intensive surveillance for patients after treatment of colon cancer appears, on average, to be small. Compared with testing using lower cost imaging, currently recommended strategies are associated with cost-effectiveness ratios that indicate low value according to well-accepted willingness-to-pay thresholds in the United States.
Creator: Tae David Kim, Jed Calata, Jean Francois Tremblay, Brian Welch, Kunal Kochar, Slawomir Marecik, John Park
Duration: 3:00
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Anthony A. Castelli, Joaquin J. Estrada, Abraham R. Shashoua, Jan P Kamimski
Duration: 4:59
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Oshiro T, Komori K, Kinoshita T, Ouchi A, Tsutsuyama M, Shimizu Y
Duration: 4:50
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Felipe Quezada-Diaz, Rosa M. Jimenez-Rodriquez, Kelly Rawdon, Julio Garcia-Aguilar
Duration: 4:42
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Duration: 10:14
Resumen de la edicion por Yesenia Rojas-Khalil, MD
Creator: Sung Uk Bae, MD
Duration: 4:11
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Jun Watanabe, Atsushi Ishibe, Yusuke Suwa, Hirokazu Suwa, Masashi Momiyama, Mitsuyoshi Ota, Itaru Endo
Duration: 4:59
Video Vignettes are peer-reviewed monthly features in DC&R that contain a brief video as the major component.
Creator: Slawomir Marecik, Christina Warner, Jean-Sebastien Trepanier, Kunal Kochar, John Park
Duration: 4:07

2018 ASCRS Barton Hoexter, MD, Best Video Award Redo repair of a recurrent rectovaginal fistula with rectal advancement flap: three-layer closure. (Slawomir Marecik, Christina Warner, Jean-Sebastien Trepanier, Kunal Kochar, John Park).

Creator: Stephanie Talutis, Jason Hall
Duration: 3:50

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Gabriel R. Chedister, Pinckney J. Maxwell, Kevin O. Delaney, Virgilio V. George
Duration: 3:52

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Bradford Sklow, Pamela Burgess
Duration: 3:34

This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Wei Wang, Wenjun Xiong, Xingquan Lu, Lijie Luo, Yansheng Zheng, Jin Wan
Duration: 6:45
This video from the 2018 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Gustavo Rossi, Juan P. Campana, Juan Achaval Rodriguez, Ricardo Mentz, Rodrigo Oliva Perez
Duration: 3:59

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Jan P. Kaminski, Phillip Fleshner, Karen Zaghiyan
Duration: 3:59

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Jean-Francois Tremblay, Slawomir Marecik, Loren Schechter, Taha Sheikh, Kunal Kochar, John Park
Duration: 3:43

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Paul Olson T, Steinhagen E, Umanskiy K, Cannon LM
Duration: 4:06

This video from the 2017 American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting was among the five selected for podium presentation and was submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

Creator: Dai Uematsu, Gaku Akiyama, Takehiko Sugihara, Akiko Magishi, Takuya Yamaguchi, Takayuki Sano
Duration: 4:00

Every year the Video-Based Education Committee of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) receives approximately 70-80 high quality videos from national and international experts for consideration for presentation at the ASCRS annual meeting. Our committee is composed of a well-balanced group of experts in different aspects of colorectal surgery.

Videos are evaluated through a rigorous, anonymous and unbiased peer review process. The best eight are selected for podium presentation at the video session. One of these eight is selected by the Awards Committee to receive the Barton Hoexter, MD, Best Video Award. An additional 40 videos are selected for presentation in the video room during the meeting.

Five of the videos selected for podium presentation are submitted to Diseases of the Colon & Rectum to provide members of the society, trainees, and journal subscribers access to the “best of the best” of the annual meeting video session.

Alessandro Fichera and Ali Mahmood

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Duration: 5:01
Are you interested in becoming a reviewer for Diseases of the Colon & Rectum? If so, this video will help answer some of your questions. Please watch the video as the Editor-in-Chief highlights the process of becoming a reviewer for DC&R.
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Duration: 4:01
This video from the Editor-in-Chief highlights 3 fatal flaws that authors commonly make when submitting content: self-plagiarism (duplication), not adding new knowledge to the literature, and salami-slicing. Authors are highly encouraged to remember these 3 points before submitting work.
Creator:
Duration: 4:53
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses 10 errors that are commonly made in manuscripts submitted to DCR.
Creator:
Duration: 4:03
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses how to record a video abstract using your iPhone or smart phone. A few simple tips are highlighted.
Creator: Paul Vollebregt
Duration: 2:42
Validation of Risk Factors for Fecal Incontinence in Patients with Crohn's Disease
Creator: Masahiro Tanaka
Duration: 3:14
Prognostic Impact of Intra-abdominal/Pelvic Inflammation Following Radical Surgery for Locally Recurrent Rectal Cancer
Creator: Inmaculada Alonso-Abreu
Duration: 4:59
Early Colonoscopy Improves the Outcome of Patients with Symptomatic Colorectal Cancer
Creator: Susan Galandiuk
Duration: 1:43
Highlights an article in DCR on women’s health.
Creator:
Duration: 4:26
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses the process from initial quality check, assignment to editors and reviewers, cross-checks, and copyediting.
Creator:
Duration: 6:18
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses 12 tips for authors whose manuscript is recommended to be revised in response to reviewer comments. Examples are provided.
Creator: Robert D. Madoff, MD, Editor in Chief Emeritus, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum
Duration: 11:29
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Duration: 2:44
This video from the Editor-in-Chief discusses the benefits of ORCID iD to distinguish you from other researchers. The ORCID iD is a permanent 16-digit numeric identification number.
Creator:
Duration: 4:27
The Process of Submitting a Video Abstract
Creator: Tim Bickel
Duration: 2:12
Dr. Galandiuk highlights the current issue
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Duration: 12:33
Rectal cancer; Residual cancer cells; Bowel wall; Neoadjuvant chemoradiation.