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The magnetic stoma device a continent colostomy


, : The magnetic stoma device a continent colostomy. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum 24(5): 344-350

The magnetic ring device implanted in an attempt at achieving continence in the colonic stoma, consists of a s.c. ring and a removable magnetic cap with a charcoal filter. Fourteen patients were selected from a potential number of 58 candidates. Fifty per cent of the patients have had good results. No complications were attributable to the implanted device. There was no incidence of parastomal hernia.

Accession: 006712864

PMID: 7261817

DOI: 10.1007/bf02603415

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