Anorectal Complaints: Office Diagnosis and Treatment, Part 2
Anorectal abscesses and fistulae, pilonidal disease, rectal prolapse, pruritus ani, and anal masses are discussed, with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of these conditions in the primary care office setting.
Anorectal complaints are commonly seen in primary care practice. The two most common anorectal conditions are hemorrhoids and anal fissures.
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