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Table 1 Patient Characteristics and types of anomalies

From: Sphincter saving anorectoplasty (SSARP) for the reconstruction of Anorectal malformations

Patient No. Age at SSARP Fistula Associated anomaly Follow up (months)
1 40 h Rectoprostatic VUR 13
2 38 h Rectoprostatic Agenesis of left kidney 12
3 55 h Rectoprostatic VUR 15
*4 36 mo Rectobulbar none 6
*5 44 mo Rectoprostatic Proximal hypospadias 12
6 26 h Rectoprostatic Trisomy 21 13
7 32 h Rectoprostatic none 10
*8 44 mo Rectoprostatic none 18
9 28 h Rectoprostatic ASD 15
*10 73 mo Rectoprostatic none 14
11 30 h Rectobulbar none 9
*12 40 mo Rectobulbar none 6
*13 66 mo Rectobulbar Sacral hemi vertebra 4
*14 72 mo Rectoprostatic VUR 5
15 72 h Rectoprostatic Midpenile hypospadias 11
*16 56 mo Rectoprostatic none 16
17 55 h Rectoprostatic VACTERL 13
*18 33 mo Rectoprostatic none 11
*19 48 mo Rectoprostatic none 10
*20 39 mo Rectoprostatic none 6
21 36 h Rectoprostatic none 6
*22 39 mo Rectoprostatic Sacral hemi vertebra 20
*23 52 mo No fistula none 15
*24 55 mo No fistula Sacral hemi vertebra 12
*25 37 mo Rectoprostatic none 14
*26 48 mo Rectoprostatic none 4
  1. *Sigmoid colostomy was performed prior to SSARP.