Free, iPad only. Download via iTunes. Anorectal Malformation, aka Imperforate Anus, is a spectrum of abnormalities of the rectum and anus. There are many possible abnormalities as follows:.
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This is an "umbrella term" for a group of birth defects which affect the anorectal area. During a normal bowel movement, solid waste passes from the colon large intestine to the rectum the final section the colon and through the anus. When a child has an ARM, the rectum and the anus do not develop properly. Some of these problems are very minor and easy to treat, with great long-term prognosis. Others are complex and affect multiple areas of life, such as sexual function and urinary and bowel control. They are slightly more common in males.
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Anorectal malformations are birth defects, or problems that happen as an unborn baby is developing during pregnancy. They are the lower part of the digestive tract. Ano means the anus.
Anorectal malformations ARMs are among the more frequent congenital anomalies encountered in paediatric surgery, with an estimated incidence ranging between 1 in and 1 in live births. Antenatal diagnosis of an isolated ARM is rare. Most cases are diagnosed in the early neonatal period. There is a wide spectrum of presentation ranging from low anomalies with perineal fistula having simple management to high anomalies with complex management.
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