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research overview Dr. Rentea is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, and a practicing pediatric surgeon at Children’s Mercy Hospital Kansas City. She is the Director of the Comprehensive Colorectal Center (CCC) in the Department of Surgery. She is a member of multiple surgical societies including the Association for Academic Surgery, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group, American Academy of Pediatrics, and American Pediatric Surgical Association. She currently serves on national committees for these organizations. Her research focuses on the outcomes, quality of life, surgical approach, and evaluation, for children born with complex colorectal and pelvic reconstructive needs. She is involved in both retrospective and prospective studies for children born with Cloaca, Hirschsprung disease, Anorectal Malformation, and severe colonic dysmotility. Moreover, through partnering with the Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Learning Consortium (PCPLC), questions regarding rare, serious, and long-term answers regarding pediatric surgical patients can be determined. Dr. Rentea is particularly interested in understanding the outcomes and long-term quality of life needs as well as protocolizing care for this group of children.

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Academic Article Assessment of the Heineke-Mikulicz anoplasty for skin level postoperative anal strictures and congenital anal stenosis.
Academic Article Factors predicting the need for vaginal replacement at the time of primary reconstruction of a cloacal malformation.
Academic Article Preliminary Use of Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Angiography and Value in Predicting the Vascular Supply of Tissues Needed to Perform Cloacal, Anorectal Malformation, and Hirschsprung Reconstructions.
Academic Article Diagnosis and management of a remnant of the original fistula (ROOF) in males following surgery for anorectal malformations.
Academic Article The Role of Laparoscopy in Anorectal Malformations.
Academic Article Optimization of Pediatric Bowel Management Using an Antegrade Enema Troubleshooting Algorithm.
Academic Article Assessing the benefit of reoperations in patients who suffer from fecal incontinence after repair of their anorectal malformation.
Academic Article Quality outcomes for pediatric colorectal surgery treated during short-term international medical service trips at a dedicated site in Honduras.
Academic Article Lasting impact on children with an anorectal malformations with proper surgical preparation, respect for anatomic principles, and precise surgical management.
Academic Article Colostomy Takedown: Ischemic Complication following Anorectal Malformation Surgery.
Academic Article Reply to letter to the editor: "Assessing the benefit of reoperations in patients who suffer from fecal incontinence after repair of their anorectal malformation".
Academic Article A pediatric colorectal and pelvic reconstruction course improves content exposure for pediatric surgery fellows: A three-year consecutive study.
Academic Article Are routine postoperative dilations necessary after primary posterior sagittal anorectoplasty? A randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article One-year impact of a bowel management program in treating fecal incontinence in patients with anorectal malformations.
Academic Article Neonatal Renal Failure in the Setting of Anorectal Malformation: A Case Report and Literature Review.
Academic Article Psychosocial factors affecting quality of life in patients with anorectal malformation and Hirschsprung disease-a qualitative systematic review.
Academic Article Laparoscopic Approach in Anorectal Malformations: How We Do It.
Academic Article Urinary continence disparities in patients with anorectal malformations.
Academic Article Letter to the Editor in regard to: Patient-reported physical and psychosocial significance of abdominal scarring in anorectal malformations.

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