Anorectal Abscess

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ANO rectal disorders including anal fissures, bleeding and fistula are prevalent in people who work sedentary jobs or spend long periods of time sitting. These conditions are especially common in young adults, infants, and children because of the prevalence of constipation in these groups.

Anal Fistula

What is Fistula?

Anal fistula, also known as fistula-in-anoa, is a chronic infection that creates a passageway containing unhealthy tissue. One end of the tract connects to the anal canal, while the other end opens onto the skin, usually in the peri-anal region. The condition initially appears as a small swelling or hole, which can cause discomfort or pain when it becomes large. However, once the swelling subsides, pus and blood begin to drain and the pain usually subsides. Unfortunately, this cycle often repeats itself, leading to continued discomfort and complications.

What are the Fistula symptoms?

Fistula symptoms usually include discharge of pus, blood or watery fluid through the anus, or a mildly painful lumpy mass in the perianal area. In some cases, an inactive fistula may not show any symptoms, but when it becomes active, all the associated symptoms, as mentioned earlier, may appear.

What are the Causes of Anal Fistula?

  1. Due to infection of anal fissure.
  2. Due to trauma by passing hard stools, that may get – subsequently infected to develop into anal fistula.
  3. The diseases like ulcerative colitis, chrohns disease, diabetes, ca rectum are likely to develop anal fistula.

Types of Fistulas?

Fistula can be divided into subcategories which are as follows:
Inter-sphincteric fistulas – These are the ones that are confined to the internal sphincter. There is also a strong possibility that these extend till the perineal skin.
Trans-sphincteric fistulas – These pass through external, internal sphincter in areas located between perianal skin and anal canal.
Supra-sphincteric fistulas – These pass upward around the external sphincter after crossing internal sphincter right above the puborectalis muscle.
Extra-sphincteric fistulas – These are the ones that are rare to find and also the most tough ones to be treated. In this type of fistula, the tract bypasses both the anal canal and sphincter, then pass from the levator ani muscle and ischiorectal fossa before exiting its way into the rectum.
Superficial fistulas – These types of fistula neither cross the internal sphincter nor the external ones. There is strong possibility that the fistula is present because of the crohns disease.

What Is Piles?

Piles Treatment Piles are dilated ‘bunch’ of veins in the lower anal canal. Though Piles (Haemorrhoids) is one of the most common diseases afflicting human race yet the satisfactory treatment of this disease was largely unavailable for most of the times. Due to absence of single convincing treatment, the number of treatment options available today exceeds the number of myths surrounding the disease.

What are the different types of Piles?

Piles also known as hemorrhoids are dilated, engorged veins carrying blood in the anal canal. In simpler words, these are dilated blood veins that are located near the areas of anus.

Piles are mainly of two types in nature namely:

  1. Internal hemorrhoids
  2. External hemorrhoids

The internal ones are more common in occurrence in the human body than the external ones. Most often, these appear around two centimeters above the opening in the anal canal.

As the name suggests, the external piles occurs on the outside area of anus. Where as the internal piles are present in side the anal canal. Here are different stages of internal piles.

  1. In the First stage, the patient complains of painless bleeding during defecation.
  2. In the 2nd stage, there is painless bleeding along with mass protruding out per rectum during defecation which gets reduced by itself or manual reduction is necessary.
  3. In the 3rd stage, there is painless bleeding and the pile mass that protrudes out during defecation has to be reduced manually.
  4. In the 4th stage, there is painless bleeding and the pile mass that protrudes out not only during defecation but also while walking, sitting, coughing and sneezing etc.

What are the Symptoms of Piles?

The cases of piles that are normally registered have signs that are very mild in nature which go over with time. The ones that can be noticed with time are the following ones.

  1. Blood drops with the passage of stool. Blood spurts may also be noticed while passing stools.
  2. Moreover, there are instances when there is unbearable itchiness around the anus specialty in ext. piles.
  3. A soft mass or lump may be noticed coming out through anus during passing stools which is reduced spontaneously & if it is large in size then it may be manually inserted back in the anus.
  4. Acute cases when the pile masses get infected or inflamed there may be symptoms of acute pain

What is Anal Fissure ?

An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus or anal canal (the opening through which stool passes out of the body). The fissure can be painful and may bleed. An anal fissure is a painful crack in the lining of the anal canal that may cause rectal bleeding. While this condition may be embarrassing to talk. It may cause itching, pain or bleeding. Fissures can extend upward into the lower rectal mucosa; or extend downward causing a swollen skin tag to develop at the anal verge, also known as a sentinel pile.

Causes of Anal Fissure ?

The majority of anal fissures are idiopathic, with no identifiable underlying disease process.

Constipation –large, hard faces (stools) are more likely to cause lesions in the anal area during a bowel movement than soft and smaller ones.

  • Muscle spasms experts believe that anal sphincter muscle spasms may increase the risk of developing an anal fissure. A spasm is a brief.
  • Automatic jerking muscle movement, when the muscle can suddenly tighten. Muscle spasms may also undermine the healing process.
  • Pregnancy and childbirth pregnant women have a higher risk of developing an anal fissure towards the end of their pregnancy. The lining of the anus may also tear during childbirth.
  • STIs (sexually-transmitted infections) also known as STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) are linked to a higher risk of having anal fissures. Examples include syphilis, HPS (human papilloma virus), herpes and Chlamydia.
  • Underlying conditions some underlying conditions, such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and other inflammatory bowel diseases may cause ulcers to form in the anal area.
  • Anal sex can sometimes cause anal fissures (rare).

What are the symptoms of Anal Fissure?

  • Pain in Anal Area – It will increase after passing the stool.
  • Bleeding – Stool Comes with some Blood
  • Burning and itching that may be painful
  • Smelling Discharge
  • Blood – because the blood is fresh, it will be bright red and may be noticed on the stools or the toilet paper. Anal fissures in infants commonly bleed. Children may be alarmed at the sight of bright-red blood in their stools or toilet paper.
  • Itching – in the anal area. The sensation may be intermittent or persistent.
  • Dysuria – discomfort when urinating (less common). Some patients may urinate more frequently.
  • Pus – a malodorous (bad smelling) discharge of pus may come from the anal fissure.