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An anal fistula is an uncomfortable, messy, condition. If you're dealing with one or more fistulas, you'll surely want them to be gone. I've put together a basic guide to anal fistulas to help you understand this difficult condition and what options are available. Anal fistulas require surgery, but there are multiple approaches to choose, including surgical removal of the tissue track using standard general surgery techniques or using a laser for ablation of the fistula track. An anal fistula, also known as fistula-in-ano, is a small channel that connects the rectum to the outer skin of the buttocks.
Increased risks of lymphoma and skin cancer associated with thiopurine use among patients with inflammatory bowel disease have been shown, but data on the overall cancer risk are limited. We linked registry data on filled drug prescriptions, cancer diagnoses, and covariates and compared rates of overall incident cancer and cancer subgroups between users and nonusers of azathioprine, adjusting for propensity scores. During a median 7.
An anal fistula also called fistula-in-ano is a small tunnel that tracks from an opening inside the anal canal to an outside opening in the skin near the anus. An anal fistula often results from a previous or current anal abscess. However, a fistula can also occur without an abscess. Small glands just inside the anus are part of normal anatomy.