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To clarify the pudendal motor (PMN) and sensory (PSN) nerves play in preventing fecal incontinence (FI) after low anterior resection (LAR) for lower rectal cancer, the PMN and PSN functions were studied. Methods: Sixty patients were divided into groups A (n = 20, FI) and B (n = 40, continence). These were compared with group C (n = 30, control subjects). PMN latency (PMNL) (right, left, and posterior sides of the anal canal) was studied by sacral magnetic stimulation. Anal mucosal electricdoi:10.4236/jct.2020.114019 fatcat:2n7ngsrsffdizmu7m3n67dvk3m