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Welcome to our healthcare departments. We offer a wide range of services and treatments to cater to your health needs. Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to providing you with the highest standard of care and treatment.

Condyloma acuminata

Condyloma acuminata, commonly known as genital warts, is a sexually transmitted infection caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). These warts are typically found in the genital and anal areas but can also appear in the mouth or throat.

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Fissure in ano

An anal fissure is a small tear or crack in the lining of the anus. This condition can cause pain, bleeding during bowel movements, and discomfort. Anal fissures are quite common and can affect people of all ages, but they are more commonly seen in young infants and adults.

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Fistula in ano

A fistula-in-ano is an abnormal tunnel-like tract or passage that forms between the anal canal or rectum and the skin around the anus. It typically occurs as a result of an infection in an anal gland, which can lead to the development of an abscess. If the abscess does not drain properly, a fistula may form as a connection between the infected gland and the skin.

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A hydrocele is a fluid-filled sac that forms around the testicle, leading to swelling in the scrotum. This condition occurs when fluid accumulates in the membrane that surrounds the testicle, causing the sac to become enlarged. Hydroceles are relatively common and can affect males of any age, including newborns.

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Perianal abscess

A perianal abscess is a localized collection of pus near the anus or in the surrounding anal region. It is often caused by an infection that originates in one of the small glands inside the anus. When these glands become blocked, bacteria can multiply, leading to the formation of an abscess.

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Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin, which is the fold of skin that covers the head (glans) of the penis, is too tight and cannot be pulled back over the glans. This condition is considered normal in infants and young boys, but it can become problematic if it persists into later childhood or adulthood.

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"Piles" is a colloquial term for hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectum and anus that can cause discomfort, bleeding, and itching. They can be internal (inside the rectum) or external (under the skin around the anus). Hemorrhoids are a common condition and can be caused by various factors, including straining during bowel movements, obesity, pregnancy, and a sedentary lifestyle.

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Proctitis refers to inflammation of the rectal lining, which is the last portion of the large intestine that connects to the anus. This inflammation can cause various symptoms and may have different causes. Common causes of proctitis include infections, inflammatory bowel diseases, and sexually transmitted infections.

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Rectal Prolapse

Rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum, which is the last part of the large intestine, protrudes through the anus. There are three types of rectal prolapse:
1. **Mucosal Prolapse (Partial Prolapse):** Only the lining (mucosa) of the rectum slides out of place and usually sticks out of the anus. This type of prolapse is the most common and tends to be less severe.

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