An anal fissure fissure-in-ano is a small, oval shaped tear in skin that lines the opening of the anus. Fissures typically cause severe pain and bleeding with bowel movements. Fissures are quite common in the general population, but are often confused with other causes of pain and bleeding, such as hemorrhoids. Anal fissures can occur at any age and have equal gender distribution.
How should anal skin tags be removed?
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Skin tags are usually small, soft, and benign growths that occur on the face and body. They can range from a few millimeters in size, to the size of a grape. Overall, when diagnosed correctly, they are harmless. Getting them removed with a safe and proven procedure is usually the right move.
How Are Anal Skin Tags Identified and Removed?
Hemorrhoids are anal blood vessels that are a normal part of your anatomy. They can be internal—blood vessels found in the moist tissue of the inner lining of the anus. They also can be external—blood vessels found under the skin just outside the anus. Hemorrhoids can become abnormal and problematic when they become dilated or engorged. Having abnormal hemorrhoids can be referred to as hemorrhoidal disease.
A hard and bleeding anal and perianal mass stenotized the anus and required left-sided colostomy. Incisional biopsy showed a moderately differentiated spiniocellular carcinoma. Chemoradiotherapy treatment alone reduced significantly the mass.