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Table 2 Perioperative results

From: Colorectal resection in endometriosis patients: correlation between histopathological findings and postoperative outcome

  n = 25
Previous therapeutic laparoscopy for endometriosis 13 (52.0%)
Previous abdominal surgery 14 (56.0%)
Previous hysterectomy 1 (4.0%)
Operation time (min) 200 (± 49)
Operation procedure
 Rectal resection 14 (56.0%)
 Sigmoid resection 6 (24.0%)
 Ileocaecal resection 1 (4.0%)
 Rectal resection + hysterectomy 3 (12.0%)
 Rectal resection + ileocaecal resection 1 (4.0%)
 Height of anastomosisa 9.12 (± 4.46)
 Simultaneous gynaecological operation 23 (92%)
Duration of hospital stay (d) 7.37 (± 2.65)
Conversion to laparotomy 0 (0.0%)
Intraoperative complications 0 (0.0%)
Need for ileostomy 4 (16.0%)
Postoperative complications 6 (24.0%)
 Anastomotic leakage 3 (12.0%)
 Anastomotic bleeding 2 (8.0%)
 Infected haematoma 1 (4%)
 Dindo–Clavien classification
 IIIa 3 (12.0%)
 IIIb 3 (12.0%)
Complication management
 Hartmann procedure 1 (4.0%)
 Re-laparoscopy 1 (4.0%
 Endoscopic clipping 2 (8.0%)
 Endo-VAC therapy 2 (8.0%)
Re-performing surgery 2 (8.0%)
  1. aFrom anal verge in case of rectal or sigmoid resection