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anal

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
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anal

[′ān·əl]
(anatomy)
Relating to or located near the anus.
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Out of 80 patients, 06 (6.9%) had bleeding, 11 (12.6%) had post-operative pain, 04 (4.6%) had prolapse and 03 (3.4%) had anal stenosis (table-II).
Complications Complication Milligan-Morgan LigaSure p hemorrhoidectomy hemorrhoidectomy Bleeding 24 (12.9) 7 (4.7) <0.05 Necrosis 1 (0.5) 0 0.999 Edema 1 (0.5) 1 (0.7) 0.999 Residual disease 10 (5.4) 5 (3.4) 0.370 Anal stenosis 4 (2.7) 0.175 Datas were presented as n (%)
LUV may be preferred to excisional hemorrhoidectomies if three or four quadrants of the anal canal are involved with hemorrhoids, to reduce mucosal defect related possible complications such as ectropion and anal stenosis. Clearly, further prospective randomized studies are required to reach a definite conclusion.
Suspicion of anal stenosis is heightened by a history of hemorrhoidectomy, Crohn's disease, or laxative abuse [2, 4].
In control group, one patient developed anal stenosis. All these complications were managed conservatively without any residual effects.
Risk factors predisposing to impacted foreign body by ingestion include the presence of dentures, previous anal surgery complicated by anal stenosis and alcohol intoxication (5).
Anal stenosis is reported in 1 patient at 3 months, which may be due to firing of stapler wrongly 3.5 cm or 4 cm above the dentate line which causes stenosis requiring surgical intervention.
Mahler, "Anal stenosis with megarectum: an unusual complication of a perineal burn," Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, vol.
Qualitative data (frequencies and percentages) such as gender, degree of hemorrhoids, retention of urine, bleeding, wound healing, wound dehiscence, recurrence, anal stenosis, anal incontinences and wound infection etc.
Contraindications to PPH include anal stenosis, that is, an anal canal that does not allow the stapler to be inserted.
Primary haemorrhage, wound healing, wound infection, wound dehiscence, secondary haemorrhage, pruritus and granuloma formation, skin tags and anal stenosis were not seen during the 1st week in both the groups.