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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of patients with flares needing steroids (n/%) 67 (33.5%) The average frequency of flares needing steroids (mean[+ or -]SD) (months) 36[+ or -]35.7 5-ASA use (n/%) 151 (75%) Azathioprine use (n/%) 79 (40%) Biologic use (n/%) 32 (16%) Corticosteroid use (n/%) 67 (34%) Extraintestinal manifestations (n/%) 46 (23%) CD perianal fistula (n/%) 15 (12%) Table 2.
(NASDAQ:CYTX) said results from a pilot investigator-initiated clinical trial conducted in France of a treatment for refractory perianal fistula in patients with Crohn's disease were published in a journal of the American Gastroenterological Association.
(NASDAQ:CYTX) says results from a pilot investigator-initiated clinical trial conducted in France of a treatment for refractory perianal fistula in patients with Crohn's disease were published in a journal of the American Gastroenterological Association.
Cytori Therapeutics announced the publication of results from a pilot investigator-initiated clinical trial of Cytori Cell Therapy for the treatment of refractory perianal fistula in patients with Crohn's Disease.
By definition, perianal fistula is an abnormal communication between the anal canal and rectum and the perineal skin.
The ESCP joint perianal fistula workshop on the last day of the congress will surely be a point of attraction.
The pelvic magnetic resonance imaging revealed a suprasphincteric and superficial perianal fistula in the right perianal region (Figure 1).
Perianal fistula has significant implications on patients' quality of life and its squeal range from minor pain and social hygienic discomfiture to frank sepsis.
Evidence from the Olmsted County cohort [5] showed that, at least, 1 perianal fistula occurred in 21% of patients, with a female-to-male ratio of 1.2 : 1, and this was the same ratio in the members of the cohort who did not develop fistulas.
Therefore, a perianal fistula could be highlighted more markedly from adjacent tissues and the outlines of the fistula tract could be more readily apparent at 3.0 T than at 1.5 T.
Systematic review and meta-analysis of surgical interventions for high cryptoglandular perianal fistula. Int J Colorectal Dis.