Jump to navigation. Sometimes the most difficult thing about a problem is overcoming the fear of facing it. When people have painful conditions of the anus, they tend to be embarrassed to talk about that part of the body and even less enthusiastic about inviting a doctor to take a look. But anal pain is best treated sooner than later, and an earlier diagnosis can improve patients' outcomes in the long run. What's more, the new protocol offers superb results without cutting the anal sphincter muscle.
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New Protocol to Treat Anal Fissures | Columbia University Department of Surgery
Now a days when people are getting inclined towards spicy food we have seen a large no. Of Cases where people suffer from problems likes piles, hemorroids, fissure. In the above mentioned problems the person experiences extreme pain during bowl movements and also while doing daily routine jobs. These problems are self diagnosable and a person hesitates to share such problems with any of the family member and in the friend circle. Due to lack of information and guidelines a person experiences this pain for a long time. There are many reasons for the piles such as after pregnancy , due to lifting heavy objects, eating excessive spicy food etc etc.
Understanding Anal Stricture
Anal stenosis is a rare but serious complication of anorectal surgery, most commonly seen after hemorrhoidectomy. Anal stenosis represents a technical challenge in terms of surgical management. A Medline search of studies relevant to the management of anal stenosis was undertaken. The etiology, pathophysiology and classification of anal stenosis were reviewed. An overview of surgical and non-surgical therapeutic options was developed.
When a tubular organ or blood vessel becomes excessively narrow such that it can no longer perform as nature intended, it is a condition referred to by physicians as stenosis. Anal stenosis, also known as an anal stricture, is the narrowing of the anal canal, located just before the anal sphincter. The anal sphincter is a complex part of the body that maintains a seal that can be opened to discharge body waste. It is strong enough to restrict the passage of any fecal material but sensitive enough to differentiate between solid, liquid, and gas. There are actually two anal sphincter muscles … internal and external.