perirectal

perirectal

 [per″ĭ-rek´t'l]
around the rectum.

per·i·rec·tal

(per'i-rek'tăl),
Surrounding the rectum.

perirectal

[-rek′təl]
Etymology: Gk, peri, around; L, rectus, straight
pertaining to the area around the rectum.

perirectal

around the rectum in the tissues of the pelvic cavity.

perirectal abscess
caused usually by minor perforation of vagina or rectum.
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The pelvic and perirectal lymph nodes were included where lateral inguinal lymph nodes were excluded while no evidence of involvement was detected in a physical examination or computed tomography (CT) scan, which suggested that there was a low risk of occult disease.
4) Once within the perirectal space, cross-linked PEG rapidly polymerizes into a soft hydrogel, which after 3 months begins to hydrolyze until complete reabsorption in approximately 6-8 months.
MRI plays an important role in demonstrating bowel wall thickening and thickening of the mesenteric and perirectal fat planes.
This revealed an irregular rectal wall thickening along approximately a 3-4 cm segment in the distal part of rectum, and spicular extensions into perirectal fat tissue in the left posterolateral part of the rectum.
For example, for staging colon carcinomas, when describing the extent of tumor is there less information in "Tumor invades into pericolonic fat" than "Tumor invades through the muscularis propria into the subserosal adipose tissue or the nonperitonealized pericolic or perirectal soft tissues but does not extend to the serosal surface"?
In collaboration with CDC, the Pennsylvania Department of Health conducted an investigation to guide contact tracing and perirectal swab screening for bacteria with the mcr-1 gene in the patient's household and in two facilities where she had frequent, extensive, and prolonged (>7 days) interactions with health care personnel.
Nasal and perirectal colonization of vancomycin sensitive and resistant enterococci in patients of paediatrics ICU (PICU) of tertiary health care facilities.
Predisposing factors include advanced age, primary anorectal/genitourinary infections and abscess, low socio-economic status, neurologic deficiency, diabetes mellitus, local trauma, urine leakage, recent perirectal or perineal surgery, periuretral/anal infection, alcohol abuse, immunosuppression.
Anorectal causes of FG include perianal, perirectal, and ischiorectal abscesses; anal fissures; and colonic perforations.
Exploratory laparotomy revealed a right perirectal retroperitoneal mass containing copious amounts of keratin.
Found on both sides of the levator under them carried a thick ligature and pulled up into the wound of the vagina, while freeing them from the fascia perirectal parts into which imposed tightening 2-3 main seam.
A key treatment principle is to search out the source of infection and drain it, whether it is a paronychia, sinusitis, perirectal abscess, or some other focus.