Anterior resection for the treatment of rectal prolapse removes the redundant sigmoid colon, therefore avoiding problems such as constipation, torsion, and kinking when rectopexy is performed. Moreover, this technique can be safely performed laparoscopically. However, one should remember the risk of anastomotic complications. When this operation is performed for the treatment of prolapse, the rectum should be mobilized to the level of the lateral ligaments and the anastomosis should be fashioned at or just below the sacral promontory.
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