anal stricture

anal stricture

An abnormal narrowing of the anus or anal canal as a result of disease.
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Table 1: Complications during ASARP Complications Number of Patients Haemorrhage 0 Vaginal wall tear 2 Rectal wall injury 0 Wound infection 3 Wound dehiscence 1 Table 2: Followup after ASARP Followup Anal stenosis 1 Anal stricture 0 Mucosal prolapse 0 Constipation 3 Incontinence 0
The surgical techniques often used for perianal fistula have variable results and no surgical treatment is totally effective in both eliminating disease and avoiding complications like anal incontinence, anal stricture and recurrence of fistulas (Matthiesen and Marretta, 1993).
11) A digital examination of the rectum can determine whether a fecal impaction, anal stricture, or rectal mass is present and can evaluate its integrity.
AS Anton Chekhov, that happy-go-lucky geezer (who briefly worked as a hack on a national daily) once said, "Journalism is like probing a chronic anal stricture.
Late complication as anal stricture developed in one (4%) patient, tenesmus in 2(8%) patients and recuurence of haemorrhoids in one (4%) patient.
Late complications after MIPH in our study showed anal stricture in four percent patients, tenesmus in eight percent patients and recurrence of haemorrhoids in four percent patients.
LATE POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS: Anal stricture noted in two patients in stapled group compared to 4 patients in conventional group.