Anal Fistula


Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

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A fistula-in-ano is an abnormal hollow tract or cavity that is lined with granulation tissue and that connects a primary opening inside the anal canal to a secondary opening in the perianal skin; secondary tracts may be multiple and can extend from the same primary opening.


Facts on anal fissures


Here are some key facts about anal fissures.
damage to the lining of the anus is a common cause
in some cases they are idiopathic (no known cause)
approximately 10 percent of people are affected in their lifetime
staying hydrated may help prevent anal fissures


The following may be symptoms or signs of an anal


Recurrent anal abscesses

Pain and swelling around the anus

Pain with bowel movements


Bloody or foul-smelling drainage (pus) from an opening around the anus

Irritation of the skin around the anus due to persistent drainage

Fever, chills, and a general feeling of fatigue