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Yes: Anal fissure and perianal fistula are two different problems, but both can be found in or around the anus. A fissure is a "cut" or break in the anal mucosa that is painful and bleeds. A fistula is a communication between two structures - usually the rectum, bowel or abscess and the skin in or around the anus. Good luck! ...Read more
Ear terminology: Great wikipedia question. with pictures which are worth 1000...... ...Read more
Tag : A hemorrhoid involves the anus. Internal are painless while external may be painful. If you have a bump or mass about 1 inch away from the anus it could be a wart, it could be an abscess, it could be a tag. If it persists then see your doctor they will refer you to a specialist. Get your mother and father to talk to you if any family history exists of inflammatory bowel disease. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Growth in Anus: I am not sure how or what you are asking. It is rare to have a tumor in the anus or rectum, but it is not impossible. There are rectal cancers, skin cancers, and colon cancer. Hemorrhoids are blood clots in the veins in the anus. They are very common. Some burst and bleed. Many of them cause pain. Abscess is a collection of pus surrounding infected tissue. It can be painful and deadly. ...Read more
A 16x14x3cm fibroid is the size of what in food? Another question what color is the skin on the vagina opening the skin between the rectum and vagina?
See below: A piece of meat 8x7x1.5 inches approximately . Your second question depends on your race. If you are caucasian, then the color will be likely darker than you normal skin color with a fair amount of variation between individuals. ...Read more
Complex ASD/VSD: Also known as an atrio-ventricular septal defect, it is a type of congenital heart defect. There is a an ASD and vsd together creating a defect (hole) in the center of the heart. There is also one common av valve , rather than 2 distinct valves (mitral and tricuspid valves). It is commonly but not necessarily associated with down syndrome. Surgical repair is required in infancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can be the cause of a sudden sharp, knife-like pain inside the vagina on the whole length of the internal part (from start to end) of the vagina?
Since tooth #11 lies under the floor of the nose, what are the possibilities of any risk from the infection or doing root canal on that teeth.?
Careful....: An infection in this tooth can present serious complications. Immediate care can prevent these complications. Root canals are part of solving the problem. Although root canal treatment is not a life-long fix in a small percentage of cases, it is an accepted and recognized long-term solution to prevent infection. There is little risk in doing a root canal procedure for #11. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Since tooth #11 lies under the floor of the nose, what are the possibilities of any risk from infection/ touching the nose by root canal on that teeth?
Canal anatomy: The diameter of the bony spinal canal is largest c1-2, and then in the lumbar spine. The spinal cord ends at l1-2. Generally, the canal is relatively constant in diameter from the cervical to thoracic spine accommodating the cord and providing another 60% of its diameter as a buffer for spinal fluid and tissues. Average diameters are around 17mm throughout and considered critical if under 10 mm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer