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Summary Results Table 5Total pelvic floor repair

StudySurgery typeFollow-up (months)NN. at follow-upFaecal Incontinence:ComplicationsComments
CuredImprovedNot improvedWound infection?Bleeding?Unknown or other?
CRPRCRPRCRPR
Korsgen1997202Total pelvic floor repair3675577030
Weighted mean (95% CI)70% (58–82)30% (18–42)

From: APPENDIX E, SUMMARY RESULTS TABLES FOR SURGICAL CASE SERIES

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