perianal

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perianal

[¦per·ē′ān·əl]
(anatomy)
Situated or occurring around the anus.
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Axial Stir Showing Simple Linear Type 1 Perianal Fistula
Indications for a second or third surgery were as follows: elective excision of the hemorrhoidal piles extending to the skin due to mucosal prolapse in 13 patients; ectropion in 9 patients; anal fissure in seven patients; bleeding in two patients; thrombosis in two patients; perianal fistula in 2 patients; and perianal abscess in one patient.
Two German shepherd male dogs, aged 4 and 7 years, and weighing 38 and 40 kg respectively, were presented with history of chronic constipation, dyschezia and numerous perianal fistula with malodorous purulent discharge since more than one year.
Diagnosis of perianal fistula was made after clinical examination probing of fistula and rectoscopic examination by their surgeons.
Answer) This is the only question about perianal fistula that I can remember since day one of this magazine.
None of them suffered the HS relapse, except the patient with the perianal fistula (outer opening 10 cm from the anus).
The observed trend is for a better response in perianal fistula as reported in most studies.
The company has entered a "clock stop" period as part of the centralized review process related to the Marketing Authorization Application (MAA) for Cx601, which is being developed for the treatment of complex perianal fistula in Crohn's disease patients.
Patients presenting with a perianal fistula should undergo a complete examination to identify an abscess, fistula-in-ano, or pilonidal disease.
Perianal fistula was one of the most fatal forms of tuberculosis in those days though not common now.
Overall, 59 of 169 people (35%) with Crohn's disease developed one or more fistula between 1970 and 1995, and 33 of the 59 had a perianal fistula, according to a review of the patients' medical records.
Cx601 has met the primary end-point in the Phase 3 ADMIRE-CD study in Crohn's disease patients with complex perianal fistula, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial run in Europe and Israel and designed to comply with the requirements laid down by the EMA.