perianal

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perianal

[¦per·ē′ān·əl]
(anatomy)
Situated or occurring around the anus.
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Perianal fistulas are a common in CD (26 percent of patients within 20 years of CD diagnosis) and typically complex (70-80 percent of perianal fistulas).
Conventional contrast material-enhanced fistulography was the first modality used in the diagnosis of perianal fistula. The inability to evaluate the anal sphincter complex, secondary extensions of the fistula as well as relevant anatomic compartments and musculature stand as the major drawbacks of this technique.
Internal orifice perianal fistula sites were resected and prepared for pathologic evaluation.
In a randomised trial, infliximab turned out to be effective in inducing perianal fistula closure; moreover, it maintained the response for one year [81].
Outcome after surgery for perianal fistula: predictive value of MR imaging.
3, 5, 6, 13-23 None of the chronic complications such as anal incontinence and perianal fistula occurred after the LUV procedure.
Perianal fistula or anal furunculosis, is a very frustrating disease of dogs characterized by chronic, ulcerating, sinus tracts in perianal tissues, usually with purulent, malodorous discharge.
He then talked about the MRI imaging classification of perianal fistula Grade-I Grade-II and Grade-III which are Trans sphincteric fistula.
Key Words: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Perianal fistula Pre-operative assesment.
Approximately 40-60% of Crohn's disease (CD) patients have perianal involvement, and 30% have perianal fistula [1, 2].
This report illustrates a rare case of a man with a pig bone fragment impacted in the anal canal presenting with anal pain and perianal fistula. We present the case, discuss management and review the literature.