What is a Anorectal ?

Anorectal surgery represents a variable portion of procedures in a general surgical department. However, the spectrum of anorectal surgery is wide, ranging from operations for hemorrhoids to intersphincteric resection for low rectal cancer; therefore, significant surgical expertise is required.

Anorectal surgery is a surgical procedure to treat anal and rectal conditions and cancer, generally by the removal (resection) of a portion of the anus, rectum, and/or part of the sigmoid colon.

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What are the causes?

1. Blocked glands in the anal area

2. Infection of an anal fissure

3. Sexually transmitted infection (STD).

What are its symptoms?

1. Discharge of pus from the rectum

2. Constipation

3. Fatigue, fever, night sweats, and chills

4. Redness, painful and hardened tissue in the area of the anus.

Important instructions before surgery:

1. Patients must discuss their medical history with doctor including the medicines taken for the same.

2. Try to stay on light meal before surgery.

3. Take proper rest.

Important instructions after surgery:

1. Initially take a sip of water and have a regular diet an hour later. (Unless advised by doctor.)

2. Follow instructions given by your doctor and nurses.

3. It is advisable that a responsible adult take you home and stay with you for 24 hours due to the anesthesia effect.

Expert Diagnosis & Treatment

Anorectal conditions affect the anus and rectum. Fissures, fistulas, condyloma and hemorrhoids are among the most common anorectal conditions. In some cases, symptoms like pain, itching, burning, bleeding and/or swelling can significantly affect a patient's lifestyle. While most conditions are benign, a careful evaluation by a specialist is important to exclude anal cancer or another serious disorder. Colon and rectal surgeons at the University of Chicago Medicine have expertise in the diagnosis and management of these disorders.

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