Oncological outcomes for rectal cancer surgery have steadily improved over the last few decades following the standardisation of surgical technique and better imaging modalities that led to a patient-tailored approach for neoadjuvant therapy . However, it is increasingly evident that many of those patients, who had successful disease control, end up with functional bowel symptoms that could occasionally have major impact on their quality of life .
- Low anterior resection syndrome
- Ovarian cancer
- Rectal resection