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What is Paraproctitis?

Description of the disease

Paraproctitis is an inflammatory disease characterized by an infection in the area around the rectum. It can be acute or chronic.


  • Acute paraproctitis
  • Chronic paraproctitis


Symptoms include pain and swelling around the anus, discharge of pus or blood, fever, itching and discomfort in the rectal area.


Paraproctitis can be caused by the penetration of bacteria into the tissues around the rectum, trauma, or other inflammatory conditions in this area.


Diagnosis includes a doctor's examination, blood tests, ultrasound, and rectal examination.


Treatment may include antibiotics, local pain relievers, and surgery to drain a pus-filled cyst.


Prevention includes maintaining hygiene in the anal area, avoiding trauma, and seeking prompt medical attention when symptoms appear.


Paraproctitis is treated by a proctologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.