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The effect of childbirth on the anal sphincters demonstrated by anal endosonography and neurophysiological tests. (1994)Obstetric trauma is a major cause of faecal incontinence in women resulting in considerable social disability. Until recently the development of faecal incontinence has been attributed largely to damage to the pelvic nerves. ...