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No anaesthesia  and no side effects related to anaesthesia

Since there is no surgery, there is no need for pre-treatment tests or analysis, and hunger or satiety does not interfere with treatment.

No incisions and stitches.

Since tissues are not damaged, healing is rapid.

They are able to return to their daily activities on same day as treatment.

It does not require a hospital stay as it is as comfortable and quick as tooth fillings.

Less pain after non-surgical laser treatment.

Complications after the treatment are not normally observed. (stool or gas incontinence, severe pain…)

It can also be applied to patients with chronic diseases.

Why Should You Choose Avrupa Cerrahi?

We treat patients who have been scheduled for surgery with non-surgical laser techniques using our 17 years of experience and expertise.

We follow all relevant information and developments in the field of proctology from domestic and foreign sources, and also apply our unique special treatment technology with innovative developments in this area.

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    What is Perianal Abscess (Anal Abscess)?

    It mostly occurs due to inflammation in the breech area.
    Perianal abscess, which is one of the most common clinical disorders in the field of proctology, it may show different characteristics depending on the location.
    Perianal abscess is formed by the collection of pus as a result of inflammation around the anus and anal canal. It starts to occur mostly due to inflammation of the anal glands and spreads over time. The main task of the glands is to facilitate the outflow of stool by secreting mucus.
    In addition to being seen in all age groups, it is more common in the 30s and 40s. It is more common in men than in women.

    Anal abscess is called the swelling that occurs as a result of inflammation in the anal area or around the anus. It occurs between the muscle and soft tissue surrounding the breech area. There are muscle fibers in the anal region that prevent unwanted gas and stool output. Among these fibers are glands that moisten the skin, making stools more slippery. Glands are structures that help stool to pass normally. There is a lot of bacteria in the breech area. Harmful bacteria enter the glands and cause anal abscess.

    Inflammation begins to accumulate in the anal abscess and swelling occurs in the anal area over time. In general, patients think of this swelling as hemorrhoids and try to self-medicate. Home remedies can exacerbate the disease. Therefore, as soon as the complaints start, you should go to the doctor without wasting time.

    Having information about the formation of anal abscess prevents the wrong methods that can be applied.

    How Does Perianal Abscess (Anal Abscess) Occur?

    If a foreign body or hard stool injures the glands and facilitates the passage of bacteria, it causes abscess formation in the anal area. Another reasons is; There may be different underlying causes. It may occur due to factors such as Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Lymphoma, Radiotherapy. Apart from the factors we have mentioned, it is necessary to pay attention to the cleaning of the breech and anal area.

    The hygiene factor is very important. Compared to other parts of our body, the anal area is much more suitable for the formation of bacteria. In order to minimize the formation of bacteria, it is necessary to give more importance to the cleanliness of the breech area.

    We can divide the findings of anal abscess into two groups. In the finding of infection; high fever, tiredness and weakness. The second finding is that we can see on the skin; There is a feeling of fullness and discharge during the toilet, such as swelling, severe pain, redness, and high temperature. The inflammation of the anal abscess, which occurs in the anal region, increases rapidly as time progresses. In this situation, patients have difficulty in performing physical movements such as sitting and walking. Severe infection causes high temperature, severe fever, chills and feeling faint. When the infection extends to the subcutaneous tissue, redness or swelling in the anal region becomes prominent.

    Classification of Perianal Abscess

    Perianal abscesses may show different characteristics according to their location. They are named according to their places of forming as follows:

    • Intersphincteric
    • Ischiorectal
    • Supralevator (Pararectal)

    How is Perianal Abscess (Anal Abscess) Diagnosed?

    A physical examination by an expert proctologist is sufficient for the diagnosis of perianal abscess. If there are doubts due to different reasons, then ultrasound or MRI may be requested. This completely depends on the stage of the disease. In case of advanced perianal abscess, the risk of infection is quite high.

    It cannot be treated at home in any way. It is absolutely necessary to be examined by the proctologist and the most appropriate treatment method should be selected according to the condition of the abscess. If the perianal abscess has advanced, it is drained by the doctor in a controlled manner and the abscess is completely drained. Antibiotic treatment can be started after evaluating the patient’s condition.

    What are the Problems Caused by Perianal Abscess (Anal Abscess)?

    If the abscess found in patients is in an advanced state, this abscess should be drained in a controlled manner by a specialist. Care should be taken to drain the entire abscess. Otherwise, it may create new complications.

    After the drainage of the abscess, double or single antibiotic therapy may be recommended depending on the abscess status of the patient. In patients with advanced perianal abscess, permanent fistula channels or tunnels may occur between the anal canal and the perianal skin. Patients with fistula formation describe their discomfort with complaints such as infection discharge, rectal swelling and pain.

    What are the Advantages of Perianal Abscess Treatment?

    • The biggest advantage of the patients is that they can return to their homes or work without wasting time.
    • There is no risk of narcosis as no narcosis is applied in the operation.
    • The abscess is completely drained.
    • There is a clear reduction in the pain felt.
    • The patient has no movement restriction after the operation.
    • Since the abscess is completely drained, the risk of recurrence or fistula formation is very low.

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