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Not to be confused with anorexia.
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Anorectal anomalies are medical problems affecting the structure of the anus and rectum. A person with an anorectal problem would have some sort of deformative feature of the anus or rectum, collectively known as an anorectal malformation.
Examples of anorectal anomalies include:
- Anal stenosis
- Imperforate anus
- Anal Bleeding
- Anal fistula
- Anal cancer
- Anal itching
- Hemorrhoid (Piles)
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