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Anorectal disorder (Ayurveda Specialist)

Dr. Ashish Kumar., BAMS, MS, PGDKK

 

Medical Case Details:

The patient is having a complaint of some discharge from the perianal region without pain from six months.

 


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    Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Hello Dr Ashish.
    Discharges from perianal region without pain is the classical feature of Fistula in ano. You should examin it physically and per rectum. Probe to know it track. The best treatment of fistula in ano is Ksharasutra ligation.

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    11.Dec, 05:18pm

    Dr. Ashish Kumar
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Thanks sir


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    11.Dec, 05:31pm

    Dr. Swati Totla
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Hello,
    Agree with Dr Ishwar chandra Rai.

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    11.Dec, 06:12pm

    Dr. Sujithra Rammanohar
    Ayurveda Specialist

    Thats right. Only after a per rectal examination, we can know what the condition is. Chances are it is a rectal pathology. Always better to cross check.

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    12.Dec, 09:52am

    Dr. Aida Quka
    Neurologist

    It may be an anal fistula. A physical examination of this area with a manual rectal examination is necessary. As there are no other symptoms, it could be an anal fistula.

    12.Dec, 07:47pm

    Dr. Anupam Dey
    General Practitioner

    From the complaints it looks like it is most likely a Fistula in Ano. Many times, it has been noted that a Chronic Perianal Abscess might be co-existing with the Fistula in Another. A per rectal examination is a must. A probe must be also passed to properly delineate the opening of the Fistula. Surgery is the best solution to this problem. Fistulectomy or Lay Open Fistula tract is done and then the wound heals by secondary intention

    23.Jan, 09:06pm



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