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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It extended into the perirectal fat and rectum, which was ulcerated by the tumour (Fig.
Exploratory laparotomy revealed a right perirectal retroperitoneal mass containing copious amounts of keratin.
Paroxysmal extreme pain disorder is a very rare disorder characterized by perirectal, periocular or perimandibular pain, which has been directly linked to Nav1.
pneumoniae Variable 11-2568, OXA-181 Patient data Recent travel India Site of bacterial isolation Perirectal Infection/colonization Colonization Hospitalization General ward Bacterial isolate data [beta]-lactamase TEM-1, SHV- 11, CTX-M-15, OXA-1 Sequence type 147 Antimicrobial drug susceptibility test, drug ([double dagger]) Vitek2, ([section]) MIC [micro]g/mL Amikacin 4.
Cervical, perianal, perirectal, or perineal specimens are not acceptable, and a speculum should not be used for culture collection.
Metastatic Crohn's disease presenting as chronic perivulvar and perirectal ulcerations in an adolescent patient.
In the intestinal tract, it causes pathology from the oropharynx to the rectum, including perirectal infections, pediatric diarrhea, typical gastroenteritis, and necrotizing enterocolitis.
Endorectal-US is the most suitable imaging technique in the initial staging of rectal cancer and it is mostly accurate in evaluating early stages and in demonstrating the perirectal spread of cancer tissue.
However, proctocolitis or inflammatory involvement of perirectal or perianal lymphatic tissues resulting in fistulas and strictures may also occur.
The most characteristic clinical finding is recurrent, severe bacterial infections beginning from birth, such as abscesses of perirectal skin or liver, omphalitis, otitis media, and upper and lower respiratory tract infections, caused by common or uncommon bacterial agents [3,4].
Clinically, women present with atrophic hypopigmented skin that encircles the vaginal and perirectal area "figure of eight.
Virtual colonoscopy showed a mass that invaded the perirectal fat tissue.