Laparoscopy For Rectal Prolapse
||Laparoscopy For Rectal Prolapse
Rectal prolapse is a condition in which the rectum of the patient is lax and it comes out of the anal canal. In these cases, generally, the rectum comes out after passing motions and the patient pushes the rectum inside. It is an uncommon disease but causes significant discomfort to the patient. Rectal prolapse can be reduced laparoscopically and redundant rectum can be fixed inside the abdomen, thus stopping the rectum from prolapsing. The patient can be discharged one or two days after surgery.