ischioanal

is·chi·o·a·nal

(is'kē-ō-ā'năl),
Relating to the ischium and anus.

ischioanal

/is·chio·anal/ (is″ke-o-a´n'l) pertaining to the ischium and anus.

ischioanal

(ĭs″kē-ō-ā′năl) [″ + L. anus, anus]
Concerning the ischium and anus.
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The location is most commonly perianal or ischioanal.
There is no branching within the sphincteric complex or extension into the ischioanal space.
Grade 3 trans-sphincteric fistulas pierce both layers of the sphincter complex and track down to the skin through the ischioanal fossa.
They also do not have the legs or the arms that are placed using trocars through the transobturator or ischioanal fossae, which can approach nearby nerves, arteries, or other vital structures.
The anal triangle contains the anal canal, ischioanal fossa, and the pudendal canal.
The CT also revealed a collection of smaller contiguous cysts in the left ischioanal fossa and the left perineal subcutaneous fat.
Ischioanal abscess was correctly diagnosed in one patient.
After subdermal infiltration at two sites anterior and posterior of the anal ring, the anococcygeal ligament is deeply infiltrated with 5 ml; 8 - 10 ml are injected into both ischioanal spaces while withdrawing the needle to anaesthetise the deep nerve endings.
As I push the cannula-equipped guide through the ischioanal fossa with one hand, my non-dominant finger is on the ischial spine waiting to feel the tip.
Case 9: Nodular lesions in left pararectal, ischioanal, and ischiorectal fossa.
In most women, this incision cuts a portion of the bulbospongiosus muscle and, occasionally, reaches the ischioanal fossa.
The EAS may need to be mobilized by dissecting it free of the ischioanal fat laterally using a pair of McIndoe scissors.