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Stapled neoappendicostomy: A novel technique

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      • What is known? Many children with complex colorectal pathology require long-term administration of antegrade enemas to maintain continence.
      • What does this article add? The stapled neoappendicostomy is a technical modification that simplifies the creation of a neoappendicostomy when the native appendix is unavailable for conventional appendicostomy.
      • The stapled neoappendicostomy provides durable short- and mid-term functional outcomes.
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