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a·no·rec·tal

(ā'nō-rek'tăl),
Relating to both anus and rectum.

anorectal

[ān′ōrek′təl, ā′nō-]
Etymology: L, anus + rectus, straight
pertaining to the anal and rectal portions of the large intestine.

anorectal

adjective Relating to the anus and rectum, or to an interface between the two.

a·no·rec·tal

(ā'nō-rek'tăl)
Relating to both anus and rectum.

anorectal

pertaining to, emanating from or affecting the anorectum.

anorectal abscess
see perianal fistula.
anorectal anastomosis
surgical resection of rectal neoplasms may require removal of a bowel segment and subsequent union of rectum to skin.
anorectal stricture
usually secondary to surgical trauma, foreign body, neoplasia or inflammatory disease.
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Classification, identification, and assessment of treatment of anorectal anomalies.
1] The first two factors are essentially important in anorectal anomalies and can be correlated with the amount of muscle mass present in the sphincter.
Comparison of clinical methods for the assessment of continence after repair of high anorectal anomalies.
2% patients in Group A Case had male anorectal anomalies, as compared to 77.
Lot of them present for surgical correction for cleft lip and palate, tracheoesophageal fistula, anorectal anomalies and renal and skeletal pathologies.
6,7) Adequate placement of the neorectum not only through the puborectalis sling but also within the external sphincter is necessary for an adequate functional outcome after surgical correction of anorectal anomalies.
The anorectal sphincter after pull-through for anorectal anomalies.
In these all types of congenital anorectal anomalies are included and importance is given to those cases where all stages of treatment and follow up are completed.