In the rectoplasty with a posterior triangular colonic flap procedure, the anal canal is circumferentially preserved except for at the 6 o’clock position, and the internal sphincter muscle is completely and vertically divided at the 6 o’clock position of the anal canal. This procedure is likely to lead to a high level of patient satisfaction in terms of bowel function if the surgery and postoperative management are performed adequately.
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