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A colostomy is an operation that creates an opening for the colon, or large intestine, through the abdomen. A colostomy may be temporary or permanent. It is usually done after bowel surgery or injury. Most permanent colostomies are “end colostomies,” while many temporary colostomies bring the side of the colon up to an opening in the abdomen. 

Reasons for colostomy: 

  • Birth defect, such as a blocked or missing anal opening, called an imperforate anus 
  • Serious infection 
  • Inflammatory bowel disease 
  • Injury to the colon or rectum 
  • Partial or complete intestinal or bowel blockage 
  • Rectal or colon cancer

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