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Table 3 The functional assessment (continence) before and after reoperation in group B

From: Anatomical derangements after failed PSARP: correlating MRI and operative findings

  Age at reoperation (in years) Functional assessment before reoperation Indication for reoperation Functional assessment after reoperation Duration of Follow-up
Voluntary bowel control Grade of faecal soiling Grade of constipation Voluntary bowel control Grade of faecal soiling Grade of constipation
1 5 No 3 (severe) 3 (severe) Anal retraction + posterior misplacement Yes 1 (mild) 2 (moderate) 1 year
2 5 No 3 (severe) 3 (severe) Anal retraction + posterior misplacement Yes 1 (mild) 2 (moderate) 2 years
3 13 No 3 (severe) 0 Faecal incontinence No 3 (severe) 0 2 years
4 1   3 (severe) 0 Rectal prolapse + posterior misplacement Yes 2 (moderate) 0 3 years
5 7 No 3 (severe) 0 Faecal incontinence Yes 2 (moderate) 0 3 years
6 5 No 3 (severe) 3 (severe) Anal retraction Yes 2 (moderate) 2 (moderate) 6 years
7 1   3 (severe) 0 Rectal prolapse No 3 (severe) 0 2 years
8 5 No 3 (severe) 0 Faecal incontinence Yes 2 (moderate) 0 2 years
9 3 No 3 (severe) 0 Rectal prolapse Yes 2 (moderate) 0 1 year
10 2 Yes 2 0 Persistent rectourethral fistula Yes 0 0 2 years