Faecal incontinence is the inability of a person over the age of four to control the passage of stool or gas.The Bottom Line - Dr Naseem
The Bottom Line – Dr Naseem
Dr Naseem Mirbagheri discusses common medical problems that arise with the colon and rectum, such as haemorrhoids and fistulas, and the treatment options available. Dr Mirbagheri is a Colorectal and Pelvic Floor Surgeon in Melbourne.
Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, refer to the blood vessels lining the innermost layer of the canal leading to the anus.The Bottom Line - Dr Naseem
Video: A rectal prolapse is a protrusion of the rectum, the lower part of the large bowel, into and sometimes outside the anus.The Bottom Line - Dr Naseem
Pilonidal disease is a skin disorder of the natal cleft (the dimple or crease between the buttock cheeks). It usually starts with an abscess which after draining leaves a pilonidal sinus.The Bottom Line - Dr Naseem
A fissure is a tear in the inner lining of the anal canal. Similar to a papercut on your hand. This tear is usually very painful and usually results in spasm of the sphincter muscles.The Bottom Line - Dr Naseem