Anorectal Traumatic Lesions

  • M.-C. Marti


Injuries to the colon and rectum are common surgical problems. They result from penetrating and from blunt abdominal trauma, pelvic fractures, anal eroticism, barium enema, and colorectal endoscopy with or without polypectomy.


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