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Table 1 CTT and HRCM observation of constipation patients

From: A descriptive study of high resolution total colonic intracavitary manometry and colonic transit test in the diagnostic efficacy of functional constipation in Chinese patients

Patient Sex Age Wexner CTT (type) HRCM (type) Surgical treatment
1 Female 60–65 13 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
2 Female 50–55 13 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and terminal ileostomy
3 Male 50–55 11 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, terminal ileostomy, and colonoscopic hemostasis of anastomotic bleeding
4 Female 50–55 12 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
5 Female 65–70 7 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, and terminal ileostomy
6 Female 45–50 12 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
7 Male 75–80 8 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and terminal ileostomy
8 Female 55–60 14 Mixed1 Partial myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
9 Female 55–60 9 Pathologic Mixed2 Laparoscopic total colectomy, adhesiolysis, appendectomy and ileoproctostomy
10 Male 60–65 12 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic partial colectomy, enterolysis, appendectomy, peritoneal drainage, and colostomy
11 Female 65–70 13 Mixed1 Mixed2 Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, terminal ileostomy
12 Male 65–70 10 Pathologic Mixed2 Laparoscopic total colectomy
13 Female 65–70 9 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, and permanent terminal ileostomy
14 Female 40–45 12 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, peritoneal drainage, and ileoproctostomy
15 Female 40–45 14 Normal Normal Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy
16 Female 60–65 13 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, peritoneal drainage, and permanent terminal ileostomy
17 Female 50–55 17 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, appendectomy, enterolysis, peritoneal drainage, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
18 Male 75–80 11 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and terminal ileostomy
19 Female 50–55 13 Pathologic Partial neurogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, ileostomy, and complex adhesiolysis
20 Male 60–65 13 Pathologic Partial myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and complex adhesiolysis
21 Female 65–70 10 Normal Normal Laparoscopic total colectomy
22 Female 35–40 12 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and prophylactic ileostomy
23 Male 65–70 14 Normal Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
24 Male 55–60 10 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
25 Female 25–30 8 Mixed1 Neurogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
26 Female 55–60 12 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
27 Female 70–75 20 Pathologic Mild myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, ileoproctostomy, peritoneal drainage, and ileostomy
28 Female 65–70 17 Mixed1 Mixed2 Laparoscopic total colectomy, enterolysis, preventive ileostomy, and peritoneal drainage
29 Female 70–75 12 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, ileostomy, complex enterolysis, and repairment of incisional hernia
30 Female 60–65 17 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
31 Female 65–70 8 Pathologic Partial myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, and peritoneal drainage
32 Female 70–75 22 Pathologic Mild myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
33 Female 75–80 2 Mixed1 Normal Laparoscopic total mesorectal excision, and preventive ileostomy
34 Female 70–75 11 Pathologic Myogenic Laparoscopic total colectom, and ileoproctostomy
35 Male 60–65 8 Mixed1 Myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and ileostomy
36 Female 30–35 11 Mixed1 Neurogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
37 Female 50–55 15 Abnormal Mild myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
38 Female 50–55 14 Normal Abnormal Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
39 Female 60–65 7 Pathologic Moderate mixed Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, ileostomy, complex enterolysis, and catheter drainage
40 Male 60–65 13 Abnormal (STC) Abnormal Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
41 Female 30–35 7 Pathologic Mild mixed2 Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, ileostomy, and complex adhesiolysis
42 Female 25–30 10 Abnormal (STC) Mild myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and prophylactic ileostomy
43 Female 30–35 21 Abnormal (STC) Severe myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and prophylactic ileostomy
44 Female 65–70 13 Abnormal (STC) Neurogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy, ileostomy, complex intestinal mucosa lysis
45 Female 60–65 7 Abnormal (STC) Myogenic CST in left side and normal in right side Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and ileoproctostomy, complex enterolysis
46 Female 50–55 19 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (myogenic and neurogenic) Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
47 Female 70–75 12 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (moderate myogenic CST with neurogenic CST) Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
48 Female 45–50 12 Normal Moderate myogenic Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
49 Male 55–60 14 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (moderate myogenic CST with neurogenic CST) Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy,complex adhesiolysis, and peritoneal drainage
50 Female 35–40 7 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (severe myogenic CST in left side and neurogenic CST in right side) Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, and preventative fistulization
51 Female 45–50 14 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (severe myogenic CST in right side with neurogenic CST in left side) Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum, prophylactic ileostomy, complex adhesiolysis, and peritoneal drainage
52 Male 35–40 13 Normal Mild myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
53 Female 55–60 12 Abnormal (STC) Moderate myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, and complex adhesiolysis
54 Female 40–45 22 Normal Mixed2 (moderate myogenic CST with neurogenic CST) Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, transanorectal mucosa circumferential resection, and double luminal enterostomy
55 Female 60–65 12 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (severe myogenic CST with neurogenic CST) Laparoscopic subtotal colectomy, and lateral side-to-side anastomosis of ascending colon and rectum
56 Female 45–50 13 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (moderate myogenic CST and partial neurogenic CST) Laparoscopic total colectomy, and ileoproctostomy
57 Female 60–65 12 Abnormal (STC) Moderate myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, complex adhesiolysis, and peritoneal drainage
58 Female 50–55 10 Abnormal (STC) Moderate myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, complex adhesiolysis, and peritoneal drainage
59 Male 65–70 4 Mixed1 Severe myogenic Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, and temporary ileostomy, enterolysis
60 Male 60–65 13 Abnormal (STC) Mixed2 (mild myogenic CST in right side and neurogenic CST in left side) Laparoscopic total colectomy, ileoproctostomy, complex adhesiolysis, and peritoneal drainage
61 Female 55–60 10 Normal Mild myogenic Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
62 Female 40–45 9 Normal Myogenic Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
63 Female 25–30 10 Normal Mild myogenic Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
64 Female 70–75 7 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
65 Female 45–50 6 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
66 Female 45–50 16 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
67 Female 45–50 11 Normal Myogenic Transvaginal repair of the rectal prolapse
68 Female 45–50 14 Normal Mixed2 Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
69 Female 65–70 11 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
70 Female 35–40 9 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
71 Female 70–75 11 Normal Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
72 Female 50–55 14 Normal Normal Partial rectal mucosa resection
73 Female 55–60 9 Normal Myogenic Tissue-selecting therapy stapler
74 Female 50–55 6 Mixed1 Normal Posterior pelvic floor reconstruction, and tissue-selecting therapy stapler
75 Female 55–60 14 Abnormal (STC) Normal Tissue-selecting therapy stapler, and haemorrhoidectomy
76 Female 55–60 16 Normal Normal Gastric polyp electrocision
77 Male 65–70 14 Normal Mixed (myogenic CST in left side and neurogenic CST in right side) Laparoscopic terminal ileum single cavity fistula
78 Female 60–65 8 Normal Normal Procedure for prolapse and hemorrhoids, and rectocele repair, and haemorrhoidectomy
79 Female 55–60 8 Normal Normal Transanorectal mucous circumferential resection
  1. Mixed1, mixed type of FC by CTT (combination of pathological and defecation disorder)
  2. Mixed2, mixed type (myogenic and neurogenic type) of FC by HRCM