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The posterior sagittal anorectoplasty simulation model is a state-of-the-art training tool for pediatric surgeons. This model provides an accurate representation of the anatomy and surgical procedure for repairing anorectal malformations, allowing for hands-on practice and mastery of the technique. The model is made of high-quality materials and designed to withstand repeated use.


This model allows for a simulated posterior sagittal anorectoplasty repair of a male anorectal malformation with a recto-prostatic fistula. All key operative steps of PSARP can be performed with high realism in term of tissue handling and suture placements: (1) preparation and draping, (2) marking of the muscle complex (electrostimulation not possible), (3) posterior sagittal incision (with blade), (4) rectal mobilization, (5) rectal entry with fistula isolation and ligation, (6) further rectal mobilization, (7) muscle complex reconstruction and (8) anorectoplasty.

Anorectal malformation (PSARP)

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