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Posterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty (PSARP) for Imperforate Anus

Paulo Castillo, MD1; Marcus Lester R. Suntay, MD, FPCS, FPSPS, FPALES2

1World Surgical Foundation
2Philippine Children's Medical Center

1. Introduction

2. Incision

3. Dissection to Distal Rectum

4. Place Stay Sutures

5. Open and Mobilize Distal Rectum

6. Close Peritoneum

7. Attach Ischiorectal Fat to Posterior Rectum

8. Anoplasty

9. Post-op Remarks