Anorectal disease in AIDS
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Published by Edward Arnold in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • AIDS (Disease) -- Complications and sequelae.,
  • Anus -- Diseases.,
  • Rectum -- Diseases.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by T.G. Allen-Mersh and L. Gottesman.
ContributionsAllen-Mersh, T. G., Gottesman, Lester.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC864 .A667 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 174 p. :
Number of Pages174
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20255545M
ISBN 100340546433

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Book: Anorectal disease in AIDS. + pp. Abstract: The editors have collected contributions from distinguished authors on both sides of the Atlantic for this well-referenced and up-to-date survey of a topical field. Abstract: Anorectal disease is the most common reason for surgical referral in patients HIV-positive patients. Anorectal pathology is seen in approximately one-third of these patients. It is. This is the latest edition of a well written book that covers all topics related to anorectal diseases in an exhaustive manner. The text is well supported with images and has been updated to reflect the latest in the management of these common yet hard to treat diseases.5/5(3). Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 8.

  Anorectal disease in HIV-infected male homosexuals or bisexuals has been reported to be present in as many as 30% of those with advanced disease (Wexner et al, ) but is seen somewhat less frequently (%) in patients with less advanced disease (Miles et al, ). It is an easy reference for day-to-day anorectal pathology. The text reviews new testing procedures for anorectal diseases and provides new treatment options about anorectal disease both benign and malignant. All chapters are written by experts in their fields and include the most up-to-date scientific and clinical information. The incidence of anorectal disease was 34 percent. Fifty-two patients (15 percent) presentes with anorectal complaints prior to the diagnosis of AIDS, ARC, or AIDS-P. Over 50 percent of these patients were dead within months. Fifty-one patients (15 percent) underwent 73 anorectal .   The book was written by 28 contributing authors, most of which are gastroenterologists or surgeons working in the United States. Management of a broad spectrum of nonsurgical anorectal disease is covered, as well as underlying disease processes and management strategies of surgical topics for non-surgeons.

Anorectal Diseases [Written Summary] PDF Direct link on Patreon Get Direct link Summary Topics: ANATOMY DIAGNOSIS OF ANAL CONDITIONS WHICH PRESENT WITH: PAIN ALONE, PAIN AND BLEEDING, PAIN AND A LUMP, PAIN, LUMP AND BLEEDING DIAGNOSIS OF CONDITIONS PRESENTING WITH RECTAL BLEEDING BUT NO PAIN HEMORRHOIDS (PILES): anatomy, . Patients with perianal diseases such as dermatitis do not just visit the dermatologist; they are seen by family doctors, internists, pediatricians, general surgeons, gynecologists, and urologists. This book is truly multi-disciplinary, introducing the surgical specialties to medical proctology and related fields. The procedures described allow effective management of both common and less. PURPOSE: PURPOSE:Anorectal diseases are common in human immunodeficiency virus-infected individuals. The aim of this prospective study was to assess the cause and clinical presentation of anorectal disease in this human immunodeficiency virus-infected population.. METHODS: METHODS:A registry of all human immunodeficiency virus-seropositive patients with anorectal complaints who .   The distribution of the most common anorectal pathologies reported in HIV patients include anal ulcer (29–32%), anal condyloma (32–43%), anal fissure (6–33%), anal fistula (6–33%), perirectal abscess (3–25%) and haemorrhoids (4–14%). 6 AIDS-associated ulcers are most commonly associated with patients with clinical AIDS and lower CD4 counts and it appears that since the .