perianal


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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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Results of the fifth scientific workshop of the ECCO [II]: Clinical aspects of perianal fistulising Crohn's disease-the unmet needs.
Objective: To determine the outcome of perianal surgeries without use of antibiotics in terms of post operative infection.
Magnetic resonance imaging accurately demonstrates the anatomy of the perianal region fistulas, their relationship with ischiorectal fossa, classifying fistulas into five types.
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.
The incidence of perianal adenoma is reported about 2 percent of all skin tumors and 17 percent of perianal tumors in dogs (Turek and Withrow, 2007).
Beta-hemolytic streptococci (BHS) are the most common causative agents of perianal streptococcal dermatitis (PSD).
Perianal fistulae develop in 90% of the cases as a result of the anal gland inflammation (cryptoglandular theory).
Local perianal nerve block for hemorrhoidectomy is feasible and safe, cost effective, and superior to spinal block due to a lower incidence of post-operative urinary retention, headache and hypotension.
He had been taking minocycline for the previous 2 years and 7 months to treat chronic perianal pyoderma.
We report the case of an 8-month-old male child with recurrent chest infections and perianal abscess that had no response to conventional antibiotic treatment.