Anal Fissure Expanded Information | ASCRS - botox anal tear


Anal fissure - Treatment - NHS botox anal tear

Treatment with Botulinum toxin was effective in 89% of patients with chronic uncomplicated anal fissure. Two patients experienced minor incontinence in the .

An anal fissure is a common and painful problem caused by a small tear or ulcer (open sore) in the lining of the anus (back passage), just at the opening to the.

Trauma or injury can stretch the anal canal and create a tear in the lining of the anus. These tears, known as anal fissures, usually come from.

Most anal fissures arise following trauma (injury) to the anus. Botox® injection causes temporary relaxation of the sphincter and lasts weeks giving time.