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Ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (ipaa) is a procedure in which an ileal reservoir is constructed after total colectomy and anastomosed to the anus. Ipaa is a well-established option for patients who require surgery for chronic ulcerative colitis or familial adenomatous polyposis. Although excellent functional results can be achieved with ipaa, the. Background ileal pouch anal anastomosis (ipaa) is the treatment of choice for chronic, medically refractory mucosal ulcerative colitis, indeterminate colitis, familial adenomatous polyposis (fap), and a select group of patients with crohns disease. Aim we report outcomes, complications, and quality of life (qol) in a cohort of 3707 patients treated at our institution from january 1984 to. background the ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (ipaa, shown in the image below) is a surgical procedure that is used to restore gastrointestinal continuity after surgical removal of the colon and rectum. Various conditions, including inflammatory states, cancer, or infection, may require the complete surgical removal of the colon and rectum. Forty-four consecutive patients operated on with ileal j-pouch-anal anastomosis (ipaa) and diverting ileostomy were examined with barium contrast medium of the pouch before closure of the ileostomy. What is an ileal j-pouch? After the colon & rectum are removed, the end of the small intestine (ileum) is used to create an internal pouch that is attached to the anal canal a temporary diverting ileostomy is created during the same procedure patients with certain diseases that require complete removal of.