Strictureplasty It is a kind of surgical procedure which helps to improve bowel narrowing due to scar tissue that has developed in the intestinal wall from unhealthy bowel condition. The scar tissue accumulates as an outcome of frequent damage and healing, with the scarring causing a stricture. The narrowing can pressure bowel contents into fissures and ulcers at the site, causing additional injury and narrowing. The surgery restores free flow through the bowel without the requirement of removing bowel segments. Strictureplasties are classified into three groups: Conventional, intermediate, and complex procedures. Multiple strictureplasty can be done to the same patient. All strictureplasty techniques spare the patient from bowel resections, an important thought in a chronic perennial intestinal condition or in patients with short gut. Because of the reconfiguration of the bowel, strictureplasty causes slight separation in peristalsis, visible in some imaging tests. The Finney Strictureplasty is the most common intermediate strictureplasty. Indicated for strictures up to 15 centimeters, the Finney Strictureplasty is performed by folding the diseased bowel on itself and creating a huge opening between the two loops.