P277 Ileo-rectal anastomosis vs. ileoanal pouch in ulcerative colitis: clinical outcome in a real-life experience
G. Sena, B. Neri, E. Lolli, E. Calabrese, G. Sica, G. Monteleone, L. Biancone
University of Rome Tor Vergata, Gastroenterology, Rome, Italy
In ulcerative colitis (UC) surgery is required in about 10–20% of patients (patients). Evidence regarding the long-term outcome of Ileo-rectal anastomosis (IRA) vs. the recently proposed ileal pouch (IPAA) are still lacking. In a real-life, retrospective, single-centre study, we aimed to assess the clinical outcome of all UC patients with IRA or IPAA.
In a retrospective study, clinical records of UC patients with IPAA or IRA in regular follow-up from January 2001 to September2019 were reviewed. Inclusion criteria: (1) UC diagnosis; (2) Age ≥18 years; (3) IPAA or IRA for UC;4)Detailed clinical history; (5) follow up ≥1 year after surgery. The following parameters were reported: demographic and clinical characteristics, hospitalisation, additional surgery, mortality, dysplasia/cancer of the ileum and/or rectum, number of endoscopies and outpatient visits, stool frequency and treatments. The quality of life (QoL) are being evaluated. Data were expressed as median (range), differences among groups assessed by chi-squared test or unpaired T-test.
A total 84(4%) UC patients with IPAA (
In a real-life experience, the need for intestinal surgery was significantly higher in patients with IRA vs. IPAA; the mean daily stool frequency was significantly higher in patients with IPAA vs. IRA.No statistically significant differences were found among the two groups in terms of hospitalisation, mortality, cancer/dysplasia and need for biologics.