MRI is also extremely helpful in the preoperative planning by outlining the extent and secondary ramifications of the fistula tract as well as detecting the anal
and cutaneous openings and associated abscesses (4, 5).
squamous cell carcinoma shares several similarities with cervical squamous cell carcinoma.
Although the small sample size and absence of long-term results were limitations of this study, the satisfactory preliminary results encourage us to consider that combined repair of anal
sphincters, perineal body, superficial transverse perinei muscles, and bulbospongiosus muscles may improve surgical outcomes in patients with OASIS.
Almost three quarters of study participants (72%) had condom-free sex, 35% had condom-free anal
sex with an HIV-negative partner or a partner with unknown HIV status, and 10% had condom-free sex when they had a detectable viral load.
fissure involves high prevalence and great discomfort and equally affects both women and men.
These methods identified HPV DNA in anal
tissue samples from 34% of the patients and high-risk HPV DNA in 18% of patients.
Where available, risk factors for anal
SCC, namely smoking and human immune deficiency virus (HIV) status, were documented.
fissure, a split in the lining of distal anal
canal, a common benign condition 1 in 350 adults.
The researchers addressed the gender gap regarding the personal preferences of heterosexual anal
sex partners, noting a strong social trend of normalizing often "painful" sexual practices, such as anal
The most serious problem with anal
sacs is anal-sac adenocarinoma.
adenocarcinoma occurrence in a 12-year-old child is extremely rare.
The patient complained of periodic anal
pain, discomfort, and rectal bleeding during defecation, which started approximately 6 months earlier.