Non-Neoplastic Diseases of the Anorectum: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Hardly any other part of the human body is of such interdisciplinary interest as the anal, perianal and rectal region. Gastroenterologists, dermatologists, urologists, general practitioners and surgeons specialising in proctology, phlebology, and coloproctological surgery are involved in this region between the ectoderm, transitional zone, and entoderm.
Diagnostic procedures, such as endoscopy, radiology, sonography, manometry, electromyography, and histopathology are even more diverse, in particular where the differential diagnosis of non-neoplastic conditions of the anorectal region is concerned.
The Falk Symposium No. 118, held in Freiburg, Germany, on October 1-2, 2000, focused on the morphology and function of the pelvic floor and its dysfunction, radiation damage in proctology, haemorrhoidal complaints, and chronic inflammatory rectal diseases, as well as conditions of the anal and perianal region.
These proceedings will be of interest to all research physicians and colleagues working in hospitals or in their own practice who are involved in the diagnosis and treatment of anorectal pathologies.
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The pelvic floor morphology
Pathophysiology of the pelvic floor
Intrinsic innervation and innervational abnormalities of the colorectum from morphology to molecular genetics
Endosonography in benign anorectal disorders
Radiological imaging studies of the pelvic floor
Dysfunction of the pelvic floor neurological and neurophysiological diagnostics
Pelvic floor dysfunction conservative management
Surgical therapy of pelvic floor disorders
Established conservative treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases
Efficacy tolerance and acceptance of 5aminosalicylic acid foam in the treatment of distal ulcerative colitis
Budesonide foam in the treatment of proctosigmoiditis
Therapeutic strategies for managing inflammatory diseases of the anorectum 6MP cyclosporin methotrexate and antiTNFα
Inflammatory diseases of the anorectum surgical therapy
Nonsurgical haemorrhoidal therapy
The anal fissure conventional therapy
Treatment of anal fissure with botulinum toxinA
Radiation sequelae in proctology a radiotherapists statement
Radiation damage in proctology gastroenterology
Radiation injuries in urology
Immunopathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease
The role of laboratory tests in inflammatory bowel disease
Inflammatory diseases of the anorectum diagnostic procedures endoscopy and other imaging
What can we expect from rectal endosonography in inflammatory bowel diseases?
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