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    Transperineal prostate biopsy after low anterior resection

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    I am about to undergo a transperineal MRI/ultrasound-fusion-guided prostate biopsy. Two years ago I was misdiagnosed with rectal cancer and had ultra-low anterior resection. Although the biopsy will not be transrectal, I am concerned about the possibility of suffering anastomotic leakage afterwards; what should be done to remove the possibility of its occurrence? With regards, Josip Zamboni
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    Dr Tony Gianduzzo is a leader in development and delivery of urological services, and has now introduced Robotic-assisted Transperineal Prostatic Biopsy to the state. His … View Profile

    The transrectal ultrasound probe is about 2cm in diameter. There is nothing intrinsic to the procedure that could cause anastomotic leakage.

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