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Anal manometry is a useful tool for the evaluation of patients with abnormal anorectal physiology, including those presenting with constipation, fecal incontinence, proctalgia, or rectal prolapse, according to Dana R.
No changes in anal manometry, sphincter integrity upon endoanal ultrasound, or pudendal nerve terminal motor length were noted.
An anal continence assessment performed 3 months post partum found no differences in anal manometry or neurophysiology between the groups.