ⓘ Anorectal disorder

                                     

ⓘ Anorectal disorder

Anorectal disorders are painful but common conditions like hemorrhoids, tears, fistulas, or abscesses that affect the anal region. Most people experience some form of anorectal disorder during their lifetime. Primary care physicians can treat most of these disorders, however, high-risk individuals include those with HIV, roughly half of whom need surgery to remedy the disorders.

Because these violations affect the rectum, people are often embarrassed or afraid to consult a doctor.

                                     
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  • disorder F. Anorectal disorders F1. Fecal incontinence F2. Functional anorectal pain F2a. Levator ani syndrome F2b. Unspecified functional anorectal pain
  • Anorectal abscess also known as an anal rectal abscess, or perianal perirectal abscess is an abscess adjacent to the anus. Most cases of perianal abscesses
  • An imperforate anus or anorectal malformations ARMs are birth defects in which the rectum is malformed. ARMs are a spectrum of different congenital
  • sampling mechanism, anal sampling reflex, rectosphincteric reflex, or anorectal sampling reflex is a reflex characterized by a transient involuntary
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  • fistula, also referred to simply as a vestibular fistula, is an anorectal congenital disorder where an abnormal connection fistula exists between the rectum
  • A persistent cloaca is a symptom of a complex anorectal congenital disorder in which the rectum, vagina, and urinary tract meet and fuse, creating a
  • Zbar, Mario Pescatori with a foreword by Robin 2005 Complex anorectal disorders investigation and management. London: Springer. ISBN 978 - 1852336905
  • Anorectal varices are the dilation of collateral submucosal vessels due to backflow in the veins of the rectum. Typically this occurs due to portal hypertension