By definition, perianal fistula is an abnormal communication between the anal
canal and rectum and the perineal skin.
Consequently, the prevalence of biopsy-proven AIN in the MSM population is high, approximately 25% in HIV-negative and up to 50% in HIV-positive MSM.5 In contrast, the relationship between HIV status and anal
cytology performance is inconsistent across studies.
They developed symptoms of anal
incontinence immediately after their first vaginal birth, and gradually worsened in the following births.
The researchers were particularly interested in how many men had anal
sex (1) without a condom, (2) without a condom and with an HIV-negative partner or partner of unknown HIV status, and (3) without a condom while having a detectable HIV viral load.
This was a prospective, randomized, controlled clinical study conducted on 100 consecutive patients who presented to the general surgery outpatient clinic of Trabzon Kanuni Training and Research Hospital between March 2016 and March 2017 were diagnosed with acute anal
cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, for which infection with high-risk HPV (especially high-risk HPV 16) is a driving risk factor.
We aimed to investigate the stoma closure rate in patients treated for SCC of the anal
canal, specifically investigating those who required defunctioning colostomies prior to CMT in our institution and to assess if APE could be feasible in this selected subgroup.
It produces adequate symptomatic control and healing of the anal
fissures and can be considered equivalent to and one of the recommended treatment options along with lateral anal
sphincterotomy in treatment of chronic anal
fissure if use for more than 8 weeks.
sphincteroplasty and gracilis muscle transposition using transvaginal access in a female patient with fecal incontinence.
The study shows a particular increase in vaginal sex engaged in by 16-to 24-year-olds, but the increasing oral and anal
sex practices was more most significant among slightly older participants between 19 and 24.
Clearly, it is better to prevent anal
sac problems from developing than to have to treat them later!
She presented a large circumferential tumor, budding, ulcerated, and painful tumor of the anal
margin, with perineal and vulvar permeation nodules and bilateral fixed inguinal and iliac lymph nodes (Figure 1).