anal fissure


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anal fissure

A painful tear in the anal sphincter (and often rectal lining).
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They have one of the other common anorectal disorders, including anal fissure, anoperineal abscess, fistula-in-ano, or an anorectal sexually transmitted infection, according to Dr.
Material and Methods: All patients, both male and female admitted for hemorrhoidectomy, fistulectomy and lateral internal sphincterotomy for Anal Fissure with minimum 02 months follow-up were included in the study through non probability consecutive sampling technique.
Common organic causes include cryptitis, anal fissure, perianal abscess (with or without fistula), hemorrhoids, solitary rectal ulcer, inflammatory bowel disease, and rectal ischemia (Figure 3).
Patients were re-examined under anaesthesia to confirm the grade of haemorrhoids and to rule out associated anal pathologies like anal fissure and fistula in anus.
USPRwire, Fri Mar 25 2016] GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Anal Fissure Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2016" provides an overview of Anal Fissure clinical trials scenario.
In 1951, he published an article in the Journal of Surgery on the management of anal fissure by sphincterotomy.
The presence of blood in your stools can be alarming but in the majority of cases the blood seen is due to a non-serious cause such as haemorrhoids, commonly known as piles or an anal fissure.
He was told he most likely had an acute anal fissure and was instructed to treat it with sitz baths, a stool-bulking agent, and a topical anesthetic.
The anal fissure on the baby, however, was inconclusive if it was caused by sexual abuse or bowel problems.
Most of the causes are usually benign and require little or no treatment for example anal fissure juvenile polyps but sometimes LGIB may be due to a more severe and at times life threatening conditions like Intussusception Meckel's diverticulum midgut volvulus and peptic ulcer disease 12 13.
The presence of hematochezia expands the possible differential to include infectious colitis, intussusception, anal fissure, colonic polyps, IBD, and lymphonodular hyperplasia (Sreedharan & Liacouras, 2011).