perianal

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Related to Perianal abscess: perirectal abscess, perianal fistula
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Adj.1.perianal - around the anus
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per·i·a·nal

a. perianal, situado alrededor del ano.
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perianal

adj perianal
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He suffers from 14-15 types of ailments which include chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, Type-2 diabetes, depression and perianal abscess.
Six months later, the plaintiff developed a perianal abscess arising from the right side of the anal verge, extending into the subcutaneous tissues of the lower inner right buttock.
Management of perianal abscess and fistula-in-ano in children.
Who is at risk for developing chronic anal fistula or recurrent anal sepsis after initial perianal abscess? Dis Colon Rectum 2009;52:217-21.
stricture, skin abscess or perianal abscess. In hospitalised patients, hospital-acquired methicillin-resistant S.
(9) In a study performed in Taiwan, patients with community acquired Klebsiella pneumoniae meningitis were more likely to have preceding infections such as pyogenic liver abscess, septic endophthalmitis, pneumonia, otitis media, urinary tract infection, lumbar discitis and perianal abscess, (8) while hospital acquired Klebsiella pneumoniae meningitis cases were more likely to have undergone neurosurgical procedures.
Retention of vacuum-assisted closure device sponge leading to a perianal abscess and fistula.
A provisional diagnosis of deep perianal abscess was made.
We present a case of a patient with a perianal abscess initially misdiagnosed as myofascial pain of the levator ani muscle.
Introduction: Perianal abscess is an infectious condition which is characterized by a form of mass located in the anal area that is accompanied by aches and fever.
Exclusion criteria included previous hemorrhoidal surgery; acute thrombosed hemorrhoid; pregnancy; Crohn's disease; neuromuscular disorders causing anal incontinence; previous rectal surgery due to tumor involvement or presence of concomitant perianal abscess; fistula and colorectal or anal carcinoma.