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Psychoanal
a. relating to a stage of psychosexual development during which the child's interest is concentrated on the anal region and excremental functions
b. designating personality traits in the adult, such as orderliness, meanness, stubbornness, etc., due to fixation at the anal stage of development

anal

[′ān·əl]
(anatomy)
Relating to or located near the anus.
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Interviews shwoed "repeated engagement in disliked sexual activities (mainly oral-penis contact and anal intercourse) was four times more common among women than men.
Keeping above in view we conducted our study to assess the outcome of 3 different peri anal surgeries without the use of pre and post-operative antibiotics in terms of surgical site infection.
The Anal Nagas had many fests but a few of them continues, amongst them 'Chavan Kumhrin' festival is the only fest which has attained popularity and become tribe's mere great fest in a modern era.
Patients with history of previous surgery in the anal canal, inflammatory bowel disease, associated haemorrhoids and perianal abscess were excluded.
Moreover, while a single treatment of high-grade CIN is typically curative and entails little morbidity, destruction of AIN by means of heat, cold, or electricity has a 70% failure rate, carries substantial morbidity, and is not supported by any evidence that it actually reduces the incidence of anal cancer, he continued.
Men with abnormal anal cell results received information about high-resolution anoscopy, a procedure that allows a health professional to view the inside of the anus.
Regardless of the extensive data on cervical neoplasia and HPV infection in women, there are limited data on anal neoplasia, anal HPV infection, and cytology.
The surgical correction of chronic internal anal (sphincteric) contracture.
After a complete assessment, we prepared the patient for gentle anal dilatation under intravenous conscious sedation.
Located between the internal and external anal sphincter muscles, and lined with oil and sweat glands, each anal sac is connected to the outside world via a short, narrow duct.
Anal cancer is a relatively rare cancer; age-standardized incidence rates are estimated to be between 1 to 2 per 100,000 (Grulich et al.