Conclusion

The anorectal physiology laboratory provides a wealth of information for the physician treating patients with evac-uatory difficulties. The combination of anal ultrasound, electromyography, pudendal nerve terminal motor latency assessment, anal manometry, and cinedefecography allow for a complete evaluation of the posterior compartment of the pelvic floor. Proper interpretation of the studies and correlation with the clinical complaints of the patient are essential for the effective treatment of evacuatory dysfunction.

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