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Surgical repair of parastomal bulging: a retrospective register-based study on prospectively collected data

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@article{b25c6a3d832b47f082ddc9dae148b204,
title = "Surgical repair of parastomal bulging: a retrospective register-based study on prospectively collected data",
abstract = "AIM: The aim of this work was to examine (1) the incidence of primary repair, (2) the incidence of recurrent repair and (3) the types of repair performed in patients with parastomal bulging.METHOD: Prospectively collected data on parastomal bulging from the Danish Stoma Database were linked to surgical data on repair of parastomal bulging from the Danish National Patient Register. Survival statistics provided cumulative incidences and time until primary and recurrent repair.RESULTS: In the study sample of 1016 patients with a permanent stoma and a parastomal bulge, 180 (18%) underwent surgical repair. The cumulative incidence of a primary repair was 9% [95% CI (8%; 11%)] within 1 year and 19% [95% CI (17%; 22%)] within 5 years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge. We found a similar probability of undergoing primary repair in patients with ileostomy and colostomy. For recurrent repair, the 5-year cumulative incidence was 5% [95% CI (3%; 7%)]. In patients undergoing repair, the probability was 33% [95% CI (21%; 46%)] of having a recurrence requiring repair within 5 years. The main primary repair was open or laparoscopic repair with mesh (43%) followed by stoma revision (39%). Stoma revision and repair with mesh could precede or follow one another as primary and recurrent repair. Stoma reversal was performed in 17% of patients.CONCLUSION: Five years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge the estimated probability of undergoing a repair was 19%. Having undergone a primary repair, the probability of recurrent repair was high. Stoma reversal was more common than expected.",
keywords = "Hernia, incidence, ostomy, parastomal bulging, recurrence, register, surgical repair",
author = "M Krogsgaard and I G{\"o}genur and F Helgstrand and Andersen, {R M} and Danielsen, {A K} and A Vinther and Klausen, {T W} and J Hillings{\o} and Christensen, {B M} and T Thomsen",
note = "Publisher Copyright: Colorectal Disease {\textcopyright} 2020 The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
year = "2020",
month = nov,
doi = "10.1111/codi.15197",
language = "English",
volume = "22",
pages = "1704--1713",
journal = "Colorectal Disease",
issn = "1462-8910",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd",
number = "11",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Surgical repair of parastomal bulging

T2 - a retrospective register-based study on prospectively collected data

AU - Krogsgaard, M

AU - Gögenur, I

AU - Helgstrand, F

AU - Andersen, R M

AU - Danielsen, A K

AU - Vinther, A

AU - Klausen, T W

AU - Hillingsø, J

AU - Christensen, B M

AU - Thomsen, T

N1 - Publisher Copyright: Colorectal Disease © 2020 The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland Copyright: Copyright 2020 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2020/11

Y1 - 2020/11

N2 - AIM: The aim of this work was to examine (1) the incidence of primary repair, (2) the incidence of recurrent repair and (3) the types of repair performed in patients with parastomal bulging.METHOD: Prospectively collected data on parastomal bulging from the Danish Stoma Database were linked to surgical data on repair of parastomal bulging from the Danish National Patient Register. Survival statistics provided cumulative incidences and time until primary and recurrent repair.RESULTS: In the study sample of 1016 patients with a permanent stoma and a parastomal bulge, 180 (18%) underwent surgical repair. The cumulative incidence of a primary repair was 9% [95% CI (8%; 11%)] within 1 year and 19% [95% CI (17%; 22%)] within 5 years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge. We found a similar probability of undergoing primary repair in patients with ileostomy and colostomy. For recurrent repair, the 5-year cumulative incidence was 5% [95% CI (3%; 7%)]. In patients undergoing repair, the probability was 33% [95% CI (21%; 46%)] of having a recurrence requiring repair within 5 years. The main primary repair was open or laparoscopic repair with mesh (43%) followed by stoma revision (39%). Stoma revision and repair with mesh could precede or follow one another as primary and recurrent repair. Stoma reversal was performed in 17% of patients.CONCLUSION: Five years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge the estimated probability of undergoing a repair was 19%. Having undergone a primary repair, the probability of recurrent repair was high. Stoma reversal was more common than expected.

AB - AIM: The aim of this work was to examine (1) the incidence of primary repair, (2) the incidence of recurrent repair and (3) the types of repair performed in patients with parastomal bulging.METHOD: Prospectively collected data on parastomal bulging from the Danish Stoma Database were linked to surgical data on repair of parastomal bulging from the Danish National Patient Register. Survival statistics provided cumulative incidences and time until primary and recurrent repair.RESULTS: In the study sample of 1016 patients with a permanent stoma and a parastomal bulge, 180 (18%) underwent surgical repair. The cumulative incidence of a primary repair was 9% [95% CI (8%; 11%)] within 1 year and 19% [95% CI (17%; 22%)] within 5 years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge. We found a similar probability of undergoing primary repair in patients with ileostomy and colostomy. For recurrent repair, the 5-year cumulative incidence was 5% [95% CI (3%; 7%)]. In patients undergoing repair, the probability was 33% [95% CI (21%; 46%)] of having a recurrence requiring repair within 5 years. The main primary repair was open or laparoscopic repair with mesh (43%) followed by stoma revision (39%). Stoma revision and repair with mesh could precede or follow one another as primary and recurrent repair. Stoma reversal was performed in 17% of patients.CONCLUSION: Five years after the occurrence of a parastomal bulge the estimated probability of undergoing a repair was 19%. Having undergone a primary repair, the probability of recurrent repair was high. Stoma reversal was more common than expected.

KW - Hernia

KW - incidence

KW - ostomy

KW - parastomal bulging

KW - recurrence

KW - register

KW - surgical repair

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85087844217&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1111/codi.15197

DO - 10.1111/codi.15197

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 32548884

VL - 22

SP - 1704

EP - 1713

JO - Colorectal Disease

JF - Colorectal Disease

SN - 1462-8910

IS - 11

ER -

ID: 61250705