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Treatment of fissure in ano- revisited. Pravid J. Introduction : Fissure in ano is a troubling and painful condition that affects a great majority of the population world over.
Causes severe pain on defecation, often described as 'like passing broken glass'. The pain may continue for 1 to 2 hours and can also be burning in nature. A small amount of fresh red blood is often passed on the stool.
High sphincter pressures recorded in patients with fissure-in-ano have been attributed to sphincter spasm induced by wide recording assemblies. To investigate this hypothesis, anal sphincter pressure was measured using a series of perfused probes of 0. The results were compared with those from 14 normal men.
This report provides our personal experience along with a general overview of the use of the circular stapler in rectal surgery. To determine the results of our experience with the use of the circular stapler for construction of anastomoses following resection, a series of anastomoses performed in patients was reviewed. The patients ranged in age from 33 to 88 years.
Melanoma of the anal canal. Anorectal melanoma is an uncommon and aggressive cancer with an unfavorable prognosis ,7, and a predilection for early infiltration and distant spread, resulting in poor overall survival. Because anal melanoma is rare, only small case series have been reported in the literature, making it difficult for one to draw conclusions about optimal treatment and outcome.
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Removal of hypertrophied anal papillae and fibrous polyps improves outcome of anal fissure surgery. Anal papillae,  which are also called as anal fibroma, papillitis hypertrophicans, or "cat tooth", are the fine points of projections of the extreme upper end of anal canal skin at the mucocutaneous junction. Small Papillae remain usually asymptomatic.
Anal squamous carcinoma: a new AIDS-defining cancer? Case report and literature review. General Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina.