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Skin Piles. (Cutaneous)





Category: Digestive Organs

These are enlarged tags of the skin. They
frequently follow the absorption of the clot in the venous piles where the
skin is bruised and stretched. There may be one or many and usually have
the skin color. These cause less suffering than the venous variety, and
sometimes they exist for years, without any trouble, providing care is
taken; but when bruised from any cause, such as a kick or fall, sitting on
a hard seat, stretching of the parts during stool, or when they become
irritated by discharges from the rectum or vagina, they become inflamed
and cause much annoyance and pain. When they are acutely inflamed they
swell greatly, are highly colored, swollen, painful, and extremely
sensitive to the touch and cause frequent spasmodic contractions of the
sphincter muscle and may finally result in an abscess. The pain is usually
confined to the region of the anus, but may go up the back, down the limbs
or to the privates.





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