Fissure In Ano

Fissure, Fissure In Ano, anal fissure

What is a Fissure?

It is a disease which occupies 70% of anorectal case. It is a linear ulcer of the anal canal. The anal edge is linearly torn due to the hard stool and increased distal circumference of the stool. This is a very painful condition. Pain is caused by the sphincter muscles. Anal fissure, fissure in Ano or rectal fissure is the rupture or tear of the anal canal skin. On toilet paper and underwear, or sometimes in the toilet, bright red anal bleeding may find an anal fissure.

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Causes of Fissure

  • Passing large or hard stools
  • Constipation and tension during defecation
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Anal sex
  • Childbirth
  • Poor toileting in young children

Symptoms of Fissure

  • Painful Defecation
  • Bleeding per Rectum – Streak on stool or drops
  • Hard Stool
  • Unsatisfactory Motion
  • Mass Around Anus

Fissure Treatment

Injection Treatment

Injection treatment for an anal fissure is usually used when other medicines are not helpful. If you have an anal fissure, the injection can be used to make your sphincter muscles paralysed. This prevents muscle spasms, helps relieve pain and heals the fissure.

Anal Dilatation

This is an older method of treating an anal fissure. Here, the doctor manually stretches the anal canal to relieve the pressure. Anal dilation results in successful healing of the anal fissure comparable to the external internal sphincterotomy

Lateral Sphincterectomy

Lateral Sphincterectomy (LIS) is a surgical procedure used to treat chronic anal fissures, especially in the case of failure of traditional medical procedures. This procedure can be performed with the patient under general or spinal anesthesia. The purpose of the surgery is to cut the enlarged internal sphincter, releasing tension and healing the fissure.

Non-Surgical Treatments

Non-Surgical Treatments Initially recommended for Acute And Chronic Anal Fissures. These include local nitroglycerin or calcium channel blockers (E.G.Diltiazem) or Injection of Botulinum Toxin into the anal sphincters. Other measures include a warm Sitz bath, a local anesthetic, a high fiber diet and a stool softener.

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