DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
Non-reducible, solitary or multiple, indolent, flaccid skin folds on the anus that do not fill during pressing.
EtiopathogenesisThis section has been translated automatically.
Formation primarily without apparent causes or secondarily after perianal thromboses. Mariscs can lead to the maintenance of anal eczema.
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- Small mariscs usually do not require treatment. Thorough cleaning with lukewarm water (without soap) after bowel movements is important to avoid inflammation.
- Larger or frequently inflammatory mariscs should be removed (at non-inflammatory intervals) under local anaesthetic using a diathermy sling or knife. Follow-up treatment with ointment gauze containing polyvidon-iodine(e.g. Braunovidon) and seated baths with antiseptic additives such as polyvidon-iodine, potassium permanganate (light pink), quinolinol (1:1000) or R042. Until healing is complete (usually within a week), use mild laxatives such as linseed, wheat bran, Plantago-ovata seeds (e.g. Agiolax), Indian flea seeds.
Incoming links (8)Acuminate condyloma; Acute anal venous thrombosis; Anal fissure; Analpruritus; Analpruritus; Haemorrhoidal diseases; Haemorrhoids; Quinolinol sulphate monohydrate solution 0,1 % (nrf 11.127.);
Outgoing links (5)Anal dermatitis (overview); Antiseptic; Local anesthesia; Potassium permanganate; Povidone-iodine;
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