Pus near the anus
Anal Abscess Treatment, Infection & Causes
11 Sep An anal abscess is a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. Most anal abscesses are a result of infection from.
Anal abscess and fistula
Description:Persistent leakage of pus from the opening next to the anus suggests that a fistula has developed. Throbbing and constant pain in the anal area is probably one of the most common and immediately noticeable symptoms of anal abscess. The healthcare professional will then examine the patient and should explain the parts of the exam may be uncomfortable and will be careful to protect the patient's modesty. An anal fistula nearly always results from a previous abscess. Usually the digital screening or examination of the rectum or anus is done to diagnose it. In adults, the anus is 4 to 5 centimeters long. Good hygiene and cleanliness in the anal area is an important safeguard for both children and adults.