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439 Possible Causes for Hemorrhoids, Syphilis

  • Anal Fissure

    RESULTS: A cohort of 64 patients was included, 37 patients (58%) with chronic anal fissure and 27 patients with hemorrhoid disease.[] […] ulcerative colitis (types of inflammatory bowel disease ); anal cancer ; leukemia ; infectious diseases (such as tuberculosis ); and sexually transmitted diseases (such as syphilis[] […] transmitted infection (STI) – if the lining of the anus becomes infected it can cause the tissue to break down, leading to an anal fissure STIs known to affect the anus include: syphilis[]

  • Proctitis

    […] probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus PL1 strain on the clinical presentation and composition of intestinal microbiota in patients with symptoms of proctitis in the course of hemorrhoidal[] Unusual manifestations of secondary syphilis completely resolved after 4 weeks of antibiotic therapy.[] ‘The differential diagnosis for this problem includes hemorrhoids, solitary rectal ulcer, diverticular bleeding, angiodysplasia, and proctitis.’[]

  • Rectal Pain

    Details Written by democontent Are you suffering from hemorrhoids?[] Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectal canal and are classified by two sub-categories: external hemorrhoids and internal hemorrhoids.[] There are other treatment options for hemorrhoids such as destruction of hemorrhoids with infra-red coagulation or hemorrhoid banding.[]

  • Erythema Multiforme

    Abstract Secondary syphilis, the hematogenous spread of Treponema pallidum, usually occurs 4-10 weeks after initial exposure.[] […] triggered by syphilis.[] This is the case of a HIV-positive, 49-year-old male, recently cured for syphilis, that presented erythema multiforme minor, five days after taking sildenafil.[]

  • Eczema

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  • Rectal Disease

    What are hemorrhoids?[] The most common diseases are: Hemorrhoids Anal Fissure Anorectal Abscess Anal Fistula Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are large, saclike blood vessels similar to varicose veins located[] It proved a useful adjunct to the standard forward-view of the rectum in the evaluation of internal hemorrhoids and in the detection of small perirectal polyps and rectal[]

  • Condyloma Acuminatum

    Because of persistent negative serologies for syphilis and lack of other clinical stigmata of syphilis, the lesion was diagnosed as condyloma acuminatum with secondary involvement[] Positive negative 10 Other evidence of syphilis Present Absent 11 Biopsy Plasma cells, lymphocytes and giant cells Papillary proliferations.[] Others, such as HIV and syphilis, can then be passed on even further.[]

  • Rectal Pruritus

    Address underlying diseases such as hemorrhoids, anal tags, anal fissures and anal warts.[] Other causes of itching include; fungal and yeast infections, pinworm (parasite) infections, wiping with poison oak or poison ivy, psoriasis, STD’s (syphilis, herpes, warts[] Infectious disease (minority) bacteria (Strep) and fungus (dermatophytes rarely candida), HPV virus, pinworms (common in children with 3 consecutive nights itching), STIs (HSV/syphilis[]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    - veins of the lesser curve of the stomach and the esophagus, leading to the formation of varices Inferior mesenteric vein - rectal branches which, when distended, form hemorrhoids[] Cirrhosis may develop in congenital syphilis and occasionally when brucellosis. Doubtful corrigenda role malaria, tuberculosis.[] These varicosities can be observed at a variety of anatomical locations which represent portal-systemic junctions, resulting in esophageal varices , caput medusae, and hemorrhoids[]

  • Anal Fistula

    AIDS – a virus that attacks the body's immune system (its defence against disease and infection) chlamydia – a sexually transmitted infection that often causes no symptoms syphilis[] METHODS: Consecutive patients with anal fistula, hemorrhoids, and normal volunteers were studied prospectively.[] Other causes are: A growth of ulcer A surgery complication A health problem since birth Cancer of the rectum Tuberculosis Syphilis The best and most effective way to treat[]

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