Biofeedback for anal incontinence
21 Aug Well-designed randomized, controlled trial are eagerly awaited to solve this therapeutic dilemma. Keywords: Biofeedback, Fecal incontinence.
19 Sep Biofeedback is a behavioural therapy used to treat people with bowel dysfunction such as constipation or faecal incontinence, which do not.
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Bio-feedback treatment of fecal incontinence: Where are we, and where are we going?
Description:It appears to be effective for neurogenic and idiopathic anal incontinence and for incontinence related to disruption of anal sphincters [ 53 ] , but a recent Cochrane review did not demonstrate conclusive therapeutic benefits. Pudendal neuropathy and severity of incontinence but not presence of an anal sphincter defect may determine the response to biofeedback therapy in fecal incontinence. N Engl J Med. All had undergone a prior surgical procedure, such as hemorrhoidectomy or sphincterotomy, and had developed symptoms subsequently.