Understanding Low Anterior Resection Syndrome: Definitions, Treatments, and Ways to Improve Quality of Life
Low anterior resection syndrome is a constellation of symptoms that can affect a rectal cancer patient that has undergone previous proctectomy with neorectal reconstruction. This webinar will review the diagnosis including the symptoms that are typically observed, why these symptoms manifest and will touch on various non-surgical and surgical treatment options that are currently available.
Moderators: Syed Husain, MD, Vincent Obias, MD
Speakers: Sami Chadi, MD, Marylise Boutros, MD, Amber Traugott, MD
Credit Hours Available: 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Release Date: June 23, 2022
CME Expires: June 23, 2025
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