perianal


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perianal

[¦per·ē′ān·əl]
(anatomy)
Situated or occurring around the anus.
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Special Situation: What Are the Optimal Outcome Measures and Treatment Strategy for Perianal Crohn's Disease?
Conclusions: In our study we found that there was no additional beneficial role of prophylactic antibiotics in perianal surgeries Perianal surgeries can safely be performed without the use pre or post-operative antibiotics there by significantly reducing health care expenses.
The aim of the study is to evaluate the role of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in viewing and classifying perianal fistulas.
Based on these findings, a diagnosis of perianal abscess was made by the gastroenterologist.
Conclusion: Perianal abcess separative diagnostics should be taken into account, although with a low possibility, when evaluating patients, especially younger ones, that report with instantaneous gait disturbances.
A seven year old Non-descript intact male dog weighing 19.5 kg was presented with history of growth at perianal region since last one month.
Keywords: beta-hemolytic streptococci, perianal swab samples, culture, streptococcal dermatitis
A 60-year old male patient was admitted for a more detailed examination of the change in the left perianal region due to the inflammatory scarring change suggesting that the inflammation resulted from a high level fistula.
Perianal block for ambulatory hemorrhoidectomy, an easy technique for general surgeon.
At presentation, his parents reported chest infection, along with perianal abscess and oral ulcers for the preceding two weeks.
Two days later, he presented to our practice complaining of severe anal discomfort and perianal swelling that made it almost impossible to sit.