anorectum

anorectum

 [a″no-rek´tum]
the distal portion of the digestive tract, including the entire anal canal and the distal 2 cm of the rectum. adj., adj anorec´tal.
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(20) Giant condyloma acuminatum often covers multiple anatomic structures owing to its large size, most frequently involving the penis and the anorectum. The scrotum, groin, and pubis may also be affected.
Of these, 8.7% reported any recent symptoms in the urethra (itch, discomfort, discharge, or dysuria) and 25.5% in the anorectum (itch, discomfort, pain, or bleeding).
They have been defined as a mass of dilated tortuous veins in the anorectum involving the venous plexus of the area.
SCC of the skin, oral cavity, epiglottis, oesophagus, lung, anorectum and cervix has been reported in patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
In the GI tract, the ileocecum is mostly affected followed by jejunoileum, colon, anorectum, stomach, esophagus, duodenum, and appendix.
Rattan, "Heme-oxygenase 2 (HO-2) distribution in anorectum of opossum: colocalization with neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS) and vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP)," Gastroenterology, vol.
Infants have thin mesocolon, no fat and clear mesenteric vessels; hence it is easy to process mesenterium and anorectum under a laparoscope.
Atresia ani is a congenital malformation of anorectum due to failure of urorectal fold to divide the cloaca completely or failure of perforation of fetal anal membranes that divides rectus and anus during fetal development, this condition is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner, but no candidate genes have been found unlike pigs (Albarella et al., 2017).
Squamous cell carcinomas of head and neck (24/60, 40%) and skin (8/60, 13%) were most common; followed in frequency by anorectum (6/60, 10%) and lungs (4/60, 6.6%) (3).
[50], region-specific coexistence of HO2 with nNOS was also observed in the opossum anorectum, where the high percentage of colocalization in the myenteric plexus fell from almost 100% in the internal anal sphincter to 56% proximally in the rectum.
Wyndaele, "Interaction of filling related sensation between anorectum and lower urinary tract and its impact on the sequence of their evacuation.