There have been many studies that have been conducted so far, in order to measure the patient, reported outcomes which were linked with different kinds of bowel reconstruction techniques which followed the anterior resection cancer and hence are a matter of debate in the best possible manner. The study has aimed to assess the quality of life and the bowel function in the patients who were known to have undergone colonic J-pouch or straight colorectal anastomosis reconstruction after low anterior resection. In addition, the bowel function and the quality of life were linked with assessing the patients were studied across 19 centers and hence, it was revealed that the patients that went for low anterior resection for primary mid-low cancer were randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to receive either stapled colonic J-Pouch or straight colorectal. The results were in the ratio of 1:3 and hence, were known to have indicated a positive response. This was able to benefit nearly 87 percent of the population which was in consideration in the best possible manner. In addition, an attempt was also made to provide for the sources in the quantity of 4.5 mg/L.
Ref art: https://journals.lww.com/dcrjournal/Abstract/2020/11000/Colonic_J_Pouch_or_Straight_Colorectal.6.aspx