Resources

Title Type
Perianal Crohn’s disease persisting following proctectomy
Perianal Crohn’s disease with seton to allow drainage
Perianal disease with drainage seton
Perianal excoriation due to recurrent leakage of faecal matter in a patient with Crohn’s disease
Perianal ulceration with sepsis, fistula & severe inflammation

Perianal ulceration can cause multiple problems for the surgeon and gastroenterologist.  Images show a 20 year old female who first presented with sepsis and na anorectal fistula with severe anal inflammation.  Sepsis was drained by many procedures, and some healing achieved with the aid of biological agents. 

Severe perianal Crohn's disease

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