Paraproctitis: causes and symptoms
What is paraproctitis?
Paraproctitis is a process of inflammation in which infection occurs in the tissues of the near-rectal region. First comes the inflammation of the deepest crypt. As a result of suppuration she accumulates a large amount of pus and often herself reveals itself. All pus flows outward, into the gut. But the most frequent cases are not the involuntary opening of an abscess, but the removal of it by a surgeon. But in this case there is a possibility of recurrence of an abscess or fistulas.
Symptoms of paraproctitis include general deterioration of health, severe sharp pains when walking or coughing. There are no external signs at all.
In more severe cases of the disease, the temperature, pain in the pelvis deep, and symptoms of poisoning with toxins (toxins) appear.
The causes of paraproctitis
The causes of paraproctitis are:
– anal fissures,
– inflammation of the crypt and anal glands.
Any of the above may be the cause of paraproctitis.
Chronic and acute paraproctitis.
Chronic paraproctitis may occur due to improper self-treatment. As a result of an autopsy at home, there may be an opening of the abscess in the anal, it does not heal and a fistula arises. After a difficult treatment of the fistula, a scar remains, which does not heal completely, and again it becomes inflamed with any trauma. There is a repeated paraproctitis. And the reason for re abscess can become a very ordinary constipation.
Acute abscess appears after the rapid penetration of infection into the cell, usually in the subcutaneous space.
abscess Diagnostics / h3
In order to correctly identify the nature of the disease and prescribe effective treatment, diagnosis requires a sick person.
Treatment paraproctitis / h3
paraproctitis method of treatment, both in acute and chronic paraproctitis, identical. If you do not treat paraproctitis on time or treat it incorrectly, serious complications are possible. Fistula and inflammation may form. Treatment is appointed depending on the stage of the disease.
The successful treatment of paraproctitis depends not only on the stage of paraproctitis that the patient has addressed, but also on the area of the ulcer localization, the volume of the abscess and the doctor’s experience of