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Synonyms for anal

a stage in psychosexual development when the child's interest is concentrated on the anal region

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The inability to evaluate the anal sphincter complex, secondary extensions of the fistula as well as relevant anatomic compartments and musculature stand as the major drawbacks of this technique.
Indirect techniques include reconstruction of striated muscles or fasciae surrounding anal canal, and transposition of a striated muscle flap (11-13).
The research team used a standard statistical method to determine the impact of chemsex or slamsex on condom-free anal sex, HCV infection, and newly detected bacterial STIs.
All patients were instructed to apply a pea-sized amount of each drug topically to their anal margins 3 times per day for 4 weeks.
Therefore, they prospectively analyzed anal tissue samples from 467 consecutive patients undergoing colonoscopy at a tertiary care center in France.
A retrospective review of all patients with histological diagnoses of anal squamous carcinoma treated at a tertiary referral centre, Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa, between 1995 and 2012 was conducted.
Keywords: Chronic anal fissure, Glyceryltrinitrate, Lateral anal sphincterotomy.
"[W]e are seeing oral and anal sex joining, rather than replacing, vaginal intercourse in heterosexual repertoires," write the study authors. "Moreover, despite the increasing prevalence of anal intercourse, the low prevalence of reporting recent experience may indicate it is a less regular feature in young people's sexual interactions."
If your dog has recurrent anal sac problems, your veterinarian may suggest removal of the glands.
Histology showed anal adenocarcinoma with mucosecreting component and independent cells (Figure 2).
A 42-year-old man with a history of ulcerative colitis was referred to the surgical department by the gastroenterologist, after finding a lesion in the anal canal during follow-up colonoscopy (Figure 1).
Anal fissure is an ulcer in the long axis of lower anal canal.