Gastroenterology Book


Anorectal Pain

Aka: Anorectal Pain, Rectal Pain, Anal Pain
  1. Causes: Local pain
    1. Anal Fissure
    2. Anorectal Abscess or foreign body
    3. Colonic Endometriosis
    4. External Hemorrhoids (thrombosed or infected)
    5. Internal Hemorrhoids (ache after Bowel Movement)
    6. Fecal Impaction
    7. Myopathy (hereditary)
    8. Neoplasm
    9. Proctalgia Fugax
    10. Prostatitis
  2. Causes: Referred pain
    1. Coccygodynia
    2. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    3. Sacral Nerve Compression
      1. Tumor mass
      2. Infection
      3. Inflammation
    4. Uterine Myoma
  3. Reference
    1. Nidore (1995) Am Fam Physician 52(8):2238-40 [PubMed]

Anal pain (C0238637)

Definition (NCI) Painful sensation in the anal region.
Definition (NCI_CTCAE) A disorder characterized by a sensation of marked discomfort in the anal region.
Concepts Sign or Symptom (T184)
SnomedCT 68653001
English ANAL PAIN, Anal pain, anal pain, anal pain (symptom), Pain anal, Anus pain, Anal Pain, anus pains, Pain;anal, anus pain, pain anal, pain anus, pain; anus, anus; pain, Anal pain (disorder), Anal pain (finding)
Dutch anale pijn, anuspijn, pijn anaal, anus; pijn, pijn; anus
French Douleur anale, Douleur à l'anus, DOULEUR ANALE
German analer Schmerz, Schmerz anal, Anusschmerz, ANALSCHMERZEN
Italian Dolore anale
Portuguese Dor anal, DOR ANAL
Spanish Dolor anal, Dolor en el ano, dolor anal (trastorno), dolor anal, dolor anal (hallazgo)
Japanese 肛門痛, コウモンツウ
Czech Anální bolest, Řitní bolest
Hungarian Végbélfájdalom, Analis fájdalom, Anus fájdalom
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

Anorectal pain (C0581362)

Concepts Sign or Symptom (T184)
SnomedCT 197232005
Dutch anorectale pijn
French Douleur anorectale
German Anorektalschmerz
Italian Dolore anorettale
Portuguese Dor anorrectal
Spanish Dolor anorectal, dolor anorrectal (hallazgo), dolor anorrectal
Japanese 肛門直腸痛, コウモンチョクチョウツウ
Czech Anorektální bolest
Hungarian Anorectalis fájdalom
English Anorectal pain, Anorectal pain (finding)
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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