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212 Possible Causes for Anal Fistula, Low Back Pain

  • Perianal Abscess

    Gender, smoking history, perioperative antibiotic treatment, and HIV status were not risk factors for chronic anal fistula or recurrent anal sepsis.[] Epidural abscess was suspected because the patient had a fever and intense low back pain following drainage of a perianal abscess.[] What is an Anal Fistula? Bowel fistula is the result of a previous abscess.[]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Anal fistulae and peri-rectal abscesses also can occur.[] […] fissure, fistula or perirectal abscess other bowel-related fistula febrile (fever) episode over 100 degrees during past week 5.[] Inflammation of the low back (sacroiliac joint arthritis) and of the spine (ankylosing spondylitis) can cause pain and stiffness of the spine.[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    […] narrow areas of scar tissue (strictures) Open sores (ulcers) in the digestive tract Gastrointestinal bleeding and anemia Intestinal infections and pus accumulation Painful anal[] IBD-associated arthritis of the spine begins with subtle low back pain, especially in younger persons, and morning stiffness.[] Fistulas near or around the anal area (perianal) are the most common kind. In some cases, a fistula may become infected and form an abscess. Anal fissure.[]

  • Muscle Abscess

    During the hospitalization, we detected anal fistula and psoas abscess on abdominal CT. He was managed with antibiotics and surgical drainage after colectomy.[] In the management of low back pain or treating spinal disorders, physicians should be aware of the possibility of such a condition particularly in patients whose back pain[] Anal fistulae and abscesses of the perianal region are different manifestations of the same clinical disease.[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    He had presented with recurrent fever, abdominal pain, anal fistula and stomatitis. His father and one of his brothers had ulcerative colitis.[] She was admitted with a complaint of low back pain. Regarding the presence of back pain, anemia, hypercalcemia, and kidney failure, a diagnosis of MM was suspected.[] Case Report A 43-year-old female patient applied to our clinic with complaints of low back pain, morning stiffness and swelling in ankles.[]

  • Ischiorectal Abscess

    However, failure to identify and treat the frequently associated trans-sphincteric anal fistula dooms the patient to recurrent anal suppurative disease.[] Symptoms are severe throbbing pain near the anus with swelling and fever; it may cause an anal fistula. Pus is drained from the abscess by surgical incision.[] Drainage is followed by a careful examination of the anal canal for fistula localization followed by fistulotomy, or less frequently by cutting seton placement.[]

  • Anorectal Abscess

    Overall, 45 patients (29.8%) developed anal fistulas during 1-year follow-up.[] The case demonstrates the importance and difficulty of identifying the exceptional case among the numerous routine cases of mechanical low back pain.[] [] Musculoskeletal Low Back Pain Epidural abscess was suspected because the patient had a fever and intense low back pain following drainage of a perianal[]

  • Pelvic Actinomycosis

    Pelvic actinomycosis is difficult to diagnose. In most cases, it is not diagnosed until after surgery. If this condition is diagnosed preoperatively, it can be treated in many cases. Three cases of actinomycosis are reported here. Three women with intrauterine devices (IUD) each presented with lower abdominal pain and[…][]

  • Gastrocolic Fistula

    Gastric fistula : from the stomach to the skin surface (K38.3) Fistula of appendix ( K60 ) Anal and rectal fissures and fistulas ( K60.3 ) Anal fistula ( K60.5 ) Anorectal[] […] sensitivity in people with low back pain a randomized controlled trial Walking speed and distance in different environments of subjects in the later stage poststroke Learning[] Gastric fistula : from the stomach to the skin surface (K38.3) Fistula of appendix ( K 60.3 ) Anal fistula ( K 60.3 ) Anorectal fistula : connecting the rectum or other anorectal[]

  • Urethrocele

    Anal fistula. Chéloïde Keloid. Fasciite nécrosante Necrotizing fasciitis NF. Hernie crurale.[] If pelvic pain, low back pain, or pain with intercourse is present before surgery, the pain may still occur after surgery.[]

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