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Pruritus ani

Mohamed Zouari, Hamid Louati, Imen Abid, Fatma Trabelsi, Mahdi Ben Dhaou, Mohamed Jallouli, Riadh Mhiri
BACKGROUND: Enterobius vermicularis (EV) is the most common helminthic infection in the world. This small parasite is predominant in the pediatric population. The presence of EV in the appendix can cause or mimick appendicitis. The aim of our study was to compare patients with EV infection and those without EV infection, and to identify predictive factors that may help the diagnosis of EV infection in patients presenting with right iliac fossa pain and avoid negative appendectomy. METHODS: A retrospective analysis of all the appendices removed between January 2012 and December 2016 was conducted at the department of pediatric surgery, Hedi Chaker Hospital, Sfax, Tunisia...
February 1, 2018: Archives of Iranian Medicine
Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes, Suzanne Brissette, Scott MacDonald, Daphne Guh, Kirsten Marchand, Salima Jutha, Scott Harrison, Amin Janmohamed, Derek Z Zhang, Aslam H Anis, Michael Krausz, David C Marsh, Martin T Schechter
AIMS: To review the safety profile of injectable hydromorphone and diacetylmorphine and explore if adverse events (AEs) or serious adverse events (SAEs) were associated with dose and patterns of attendance. METHODS: This was a non-inferiority randomized double-blind controlled trial (Vancouver, Canada) testing hydromorphone (n=100) and diacetylmorphine (n=102) for the treatment of severe opioid use disorder. Medications were delivered under the supervision of trained Registered Nurses up to three times daily...
July 1, 2017: Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Karolina Hadasik, Beata Bergler-Czop, Bartosz Miziołek, Natalia Salwowska, Alina Skrzypek-Salamon
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 2017: Postȩpy Dermatologii i Alergologii
Susannah J Clark
Benign anal disease encompasses common problems including hemorrhoids, anal fissures, pruritus ani, perianal abscesses, and fistulae. Although many people will suffer from at least one of these conditions in their lives, healthcare practitioners diagnose and treat them accurately about 50% to 83% of the time. This article reviews common anal problems and the importance of a thorough history and physical examination to proper patient management.
November 2016: JAAPA: Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Jason Chang, Elisabeth Mclemore, Talar Tejirian
Despite the fact that countless patients suffer from anal problems, there tends to be a lack of understanding of anal health care. Unfortunately, this leads to incorrect diagnoses and treatments. When treating a patient with an anal complaint, the primary goals are to first diagnose the etiology of the symptoms correctly, then to provide an effective and appropriate treatment strategy.The first step in this process is to take an accurate history and physical examination. Specific questions include details about bowel habits, anal hygiene, and fiber supplementation...
2016: Permanente Journal
Mohammed J Abu-Asi, Ian R White, John P McFadden, Jonathan M L White
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
May 2016: Contact Dermatitis
Parswa Ansari
Pruritus ani is a common condition with many different potential causes. Because of this, it can be difficult to treat. It is important to identify and eliminate any inciting factors, which are often unintentional consequences of the patient's attempts to alleviate symptoms. If no reversible cause is found, simple measures with diet modification and perianal hygiene are tried before using topical medications or procedures.
March 2016: Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery
M Lerch, M Peteja, P Ihnát, I Lerchová, A Zatloukal, P Zonča
INTRODUCTION: Pruritus ani is defined as a dermatologic disease characterized by itching and/or burning in the perianal area. It occurs in 15% of the population. Men are affected more frequently than women, in the ratio 4:1. It is accompanied by an irresistible desire to scratch in the perianal area. Pruritus ani is divided into two subtypes: primary (idiopathic) and secondary. In idiopathic (primary) pruritus it is not possible to detect any other cause of itching. Secondary pruritus has an obvious causal origin...
July 2015: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
Jennifer Liang, James M Church
BACKGROUND: Lateral internal sphincterotomy cures chronic anal fissure by preventing internal sphincter hypertonia. However, cutting sphincter predisposes to sphincter dysfunction, manifests as incontinence of gas, liquid, or stool. Surgeons, therefore, can be too cautious in its use, making ineffective superficial incisions or avoiding the operation altogether. This study is designed to confirm the role of redo lateral internal sphincterotomy in the treatment of surgically recurrent chronic anal fissure...
October 2015: American Journal of Surgery
Doreid Oueidat, Tarek Bou Assi, Abdo Jurjus
INTRODUCTION: Pruritus ani is a common medical condition that is difficult to treat in the absence of obvious predisposing factors. Hereby, we report more than a ten-year experience in the management of pruritus ani stressing the importance of early detection, identification of the etiology, and management. METHODOLOGY: A total of 124 patients were managed in the surgical clinic. The follow-up was between 11 to 17 months. All patients had the symptoms for a period of time ranging between 6 and 40 months...
October 2014: Le Journal Médical Libanais. the Lebanese Medical Journal
Yuri Kinoshita, Kazuhisa Fujimoto, Min Lee, Rie Shinohara, Yukihiro Kobayashi, Seiji Kawana, Hidehisa Saeki
We report 2 cases of immediate allergies to Anisakis after ingestion of seafood. In case 1, after ingestion of flatfish, sea bream and mackerel, wheals and dyspnea occurred. Result of ImmunoCAP was class 5 for Anisakis. ELISA for specific IgE showed that the patient serum strongly reacted to Ani s 12. In case 2, after ingestion of flatfish and yellowtail, pruritus and dyspnea occurred. Result of ImmunoCAP was class 6 for Anisakis. ELISA for specific IgE showed that the patient serum reacted to Ani s 1, 4, 6 and 12...
December 2014: Arerugī, [Allergy]
Anis Mahfoudh, Inès Zaraa, Thouraya Amara, Hela Zribi, Dalenda El Euch, Mourad Mokni, Amel Ben Osman
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic relapsing eczematous skin disease. It represents one of the symptoms of atopic diathesis. DA affects usually infants and children. aim : The aim of our study is to draw up the epidemiological, clinical features, treatment and outcome of severe childhood AD through a hospital series. methods: A retrospective study of 24 cases of severe childhood AD hospitalized in the Dermatology Department of La Rabta hospital of Tunis was conducted during a 28 year-period (1981 - 2009). results: The hospital incidence of severe childhood AD was 0,085‰...
April 2014: La Tunisie Médicale
Phillip K Henderson, Brooks D Cash
Anorectal conditions are frequently encountered clinical entities but are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Although the most common anorectal disorders are not considered life threatening, they can negatively impact patients' activities of daily living and quality of life. Comprehensive anorectal examination, including the use of anoscopy, has become a "lost art," and graduate medical education programs should utilize more formal training in this area. This review discusses the comprehensive anorectal exam and the diagnosis and management of three common anorectal disorders: hemorrhoids, anal fissure, and pruritus ani...
October 2014: Current Gastroenterology Reports
Amy E Foxx-Orenstein, Sarah B Umar, Michael D Crowell
Anorectal disorders result in many visits to healthcare specialists. These disorders include benign conditions such as hemorrhoids to more serious conditions such as malignancy; thus, it is important for the clinician to be familiar with these disorders as well as know how to conduct an appropriate history and physical examination. This article reviews the most common anorectal disorders, including hemorrhoids, anal fissures, fecal incontinence, proctalgia fugax, excessive perineal descent, and pruritus ani, and provides guidelines on comprehensive evaluation and management...
May 2014: Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Katherine Boyd, Sofia M Shea, James W Patterson
Neurogenic pain and pruritus are the common chief complaints at dermatology office visits. Unfortunately, they are also notoriously difficult conditions to treat. Topical capsaicin used as a single therapy or as an adjuvant offers a low-risk option for patients who do not achieve control on other therapies. This chapter presents the evidence behind topical capsaicin use in dermatologic conditions characterized by neurogenic pain or pruritus, including postherpetic neuralgia, notalgia paresthetica, brachioradial pruritus, lichen simplex chronicus, prurigo nodularis, pruritus ani, pruritus of hemodialysis, aquagenic pruritus, apocrine chromhidrosis, lipodermatosclerosis, alopecia areata, and psoriasis...
2014: Progress in Drug Research. Fortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung. Progrès des Recherches Pharmaceutiques
Daniel R Perez, Atthaphorn Trakarnsanga, Jinru Shia, Garrett M Nash, Larissa K Temple, Philip B Paty, José G Guillem, Julio Garcia-Aguilar, Martin R Weiser
BACKGROUND: Perianal Paget's disease (intraepithelial adenocarcinoma) is rare and sometimes difficult to diagnose because symptoms are nonspecific. It is often noninvasive but frequently recurs locally. Invasive disease can metastasize to distant sites. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this work was to review the diagnosis, management, and outcomes of patients with perianal Paget's disease. DESIGN: Institutional databases were queried for all of the cases of perianal Paget's disease at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center between 1950 and 2011...
June 2014: Diseases of the Colon and Rectum
Elisa Maina, Mario Galzerano, Chiara Noli
BACKGROUND: Perianal pruritus has been reported in dogs with anal sac disease but not in healthy dogs. Some authors describe it as typical of allergy, but there is little evidence in support of this. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES: The aim was to investigate the association between perianal pruritus and canine atopic dermatitis (CAD), adverse food reaction (ARF) and other skin diseases in dogs. ANIMALS: Two hundred and fifty privately owned dogs with skin disease and without anal sac disease...
June 2014: Veterinary Dermatology
Laurent Abramowitz, Mustapha Benabderrahmane, Dan Pospait, Julie Philip, Cédric Laouénan
BACKGROUND: Patients do not often discuss anal symptoms, resulting in late diagnosis of proctological disorders and impacting health. Poor epidemiological knowledge is a contributing factor to this, which can be a significant problem in general medicine. Authors evaluated the role of family doctors in proctological disorders by assessing how many of these are spontaneously diagnosed and how many are diagnosed after questioning the patient. METHODS: Thirty-nine general practitioners completed a targeted questionnaire to assess all patients seen prospectively over 2...
December 2014: European Journal of General Practice
O Pittet, N Demartines, D Hahnloser
Anal pain is a common reason for consultation, whose etiology is varied and should not be limited to the hemorrhoidal disease. The purpose of this article is to conduct a review of the literature on anorectal pathologies most frequently encountered and make recommendations regarding their management.
March 5, 2014: Revue Médicale Suisse
Nesrin Bozdogan Ozyilkan, Aysu Kocum, Mesut Sener, Esra Caliskan, Ebru Tarim, Pinar Ergenoglu, Anis Aribogan
BACKGROUND: The addition of opioids to local anesthetics contributes to the quality of spinal anesthesia and postoperative analgesia. OBJECTIVE: In our prospective, randomized, double-blind, controlled study, our aim was to compare the effect of low-dose sufentanil plus levobupivacaine or a fentanyl plus levobupivacaine mixture on anesthesia quality, block characteristics, newborn and mother well-being, surgeon satisfaction, and duration of postoperative analgesia...
December 2013: Current Therapeutic Research, Clinical and Experimental
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