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|Fig 1. Hirschprung disease on a water-soluble contrast enema|
demonstrating a transition zone at the splenic flexure.
|Fig 2. Newborn boy with imperforate anus and rectourethral fistula.|
|Fig 3. Cross-table lateral radiograph showing a high rectal|
stump. The radiopaque pellet marks the imperforate anal skin.
|Fig 4. Descending sigmoid colostomy with distal mucous fistula|
in a patient with an imperforate anus/recto-bladder neck fistula.
|Fig 5. New functional anus after operative reconstruction of an|
imperforate anus/recto-bladder neck fistula.
|Fig 6. Mucosal rectal prolapse in a child.|
|Fig 7. Full thickness rectal prolapse with concentric rings. The|
concentric rings in the prolapsed mucosa are a sign of a full thickness
|Fig 8. Anal fissure in an 11-month-old boy who presented with|
diarrhea and streaks of blood in his stool.
|Fig 9. Perianal abscess at 9 o’clock position in lithotomy position.|
Note the induration at the site.
|Fig 10. Incision and counterincision of perianal abscess.|
|Fig 11. Perianal abscess with red vessel loop drain in place.|
|Fig 12. Fistula in ano following a perianal abscess. This infant|
presented with a recurrent pustule at the site of the previously drained
|Fig 13. Transsphincteric anal fistula in a patient with Crohn|
|Fig 14. Fistula in ano in the same infant as in Figure12, as seen|
with metal probing at the time of surgical excision. Note the fistulous tract
extending from the perianal skin to inner opening at the anal crypt.
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