GASTOINESTINAL SURGERY

Benign Strictures of Anorectum

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Fig. 14.1 Amoebic proctocolitis Fig. 14.2 Mucosal cast: (a) protruding through the anus; (b) expelled slough Fig. 14.3 Amoebic strictures in the (a) midrectum and (b) anal canal 14.3.2 Tuberculous…

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Hemorrhoids

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Fig. 3.1 Interno-external hemorrhoids with severe anemia 3.4.6 Painful Mass in the Anal Region When thrombosis of the prolapsed haemorrhoid occurs, patient may present with a painful mass with sudden…

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Perianal Dermatology

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1. Inflammatory dermatoses 2. Infections 3. Benign, premalignant and malignant dermatoses  Contact dermatitis Perianal dermatitis of the newborn  Seborrheic dermatitis  Atopic dermatitis  Psoriasis  Lichen simplex chronicus  Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus…

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Rectovaginal Fistulas

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Fig. 7.1 Low RV fistula Fig. 7.2 High RV fistula Middle fistulas are found between the two (Fig. 7.3). Fig. 7.3 Mid-RV fistula A perineal surgical approach is more suited…

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Benign Tumors of the Anorectum

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Fig. 15.1 Inflammatory cloacogenic polyp Fig. 15.2 Microphotograph of inflammatory cloacogenic polyp 15.2.2 Keratoacanthoma This is a benign skin lesion, associated with excessive exposure to sunlight, which can occur rarely…

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Anal Fissure

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Fig. 4.1 Typical chronic anal fissure 4.2 Epidemiology Fissure in ano is one of the common benign anorectal conditions and can occur at any age. It commonly affects the younger…

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

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Fig. 11.1 Muscles and ligament of the pelvic floor. 1 uterosacral ligament, 2 levator plate, 3 longitudinal muscle of anus, 4 perineal body, 5 rectovaginal fascia, 6 muscle of perineal…

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