DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
Polyätiologically caused, anal localized defect, occasionally reaching into the intermediate zone of the anal canal with roundish oval, mostly only pinhead-sized, painful epithelial defects.
TherapyThis section has been translated automatically.
- Clarification and treatment of the cause with exclusion of anal carcinoma, exclusion of hemorrhoidal disease or infection by Herpes simplex, Treponema pallidum.
- Otherwise stool regulation (e.g. wheat bran/ linseed), careful anal hygiene, sitz baths with antiseptic, antiphlogistic or astringent additives such as potassium permanganate (light pink), camomile flower extract (e.g. camillosan), tanning agents (e.g. tannosynt) or corresponding ointments such as 5% dexpanthenol ointment (e.g. bepanthen).
- For severe pain local anaesthetic ointments or suppositories (e.g. Faktu ointment, Eulatin N ointment, Faktu akut suppositories with Bufexamab, Eulatin NN suppositories).
Incoming links (1)Analrhagade;
Outgoing links (8)Anal carcinoma; Anti-inflammatories; Antiseptic; Astringents; Haemorrhoidal diseases; Local anaesthetics; Potassium permanganate; Treponema pallidum;
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