• Treating significant anorectal abscesses with antibiotics rather than incision and drainage will be unsuccessful and will delay definitive management.
  • Failing to investigate patients aged 40 years or more with PR bleeding will miss anorectal carcinomas/malignancy.
  • Beware the patient with rectal pain and no apparent abnormality; they may have a serious deep abscess. a CT scan should be obtained.
  • Recurrent anorectal conditions suggests an underlying systemic disease.
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Important subject ,not to forget about STD&Colorectal carcinoma

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